I have just had a notification regarding “spam” email from WordPress.
Unfortunately, some of it is not “spam” at all.
I would like to apologise to everyone who left a message on “My Dilemma”, and who did not get an acknowledgement.
I am truly sorry.
WordPress has something called Askimet and this filters out “spam” emails.
I could switch Askimet off, but when I do this I receive a huge number of peculiar messages. Admittedly some of them have very inventive addresses which (sometimes) make me laugh, but despite this they are still not my favourite reading matter.
So, dilemma time again…
I could say, the first person to leave a comment gets the “giveaway”, which would be nice and quick from my point of view, but it is unfair because of time zones and Askimet.
I could promise to check my “spam” folder – this sounds sensible and practical but will I remember to do it?
If I feel guilty enough, I might.
So, as I am feeling more than just a bit guilty, I will try one more time.
These fans are too delicate to survive in my “Think About These” box.
If anyone would like a fan, please leave me a comment, letting me know which colour tassels you would prefer.
You can say both if you like.
I will check my “spam” folder daily.
On the 1st of March, a friend of mine will pick two names/numbers, and I will contact the winners.
Ersilia’s (dual language !) blog is well worth a visit. It features some excellent projects to make and her collection of links for printable materials is truly impressive. (You may need to scroll down to see Materiale da stampare – Printies on the right hand side of the page).
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Please see “How to Make a Miniature (printed) Fan” if you are interested in how I made these / would like to make one yourself.