Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Little Women of 2010 - Weekly Update #4

The Little Women of 2010 challenge/event is only 10 days away!

Little Women of 2010_4

Each week I've introduced you to a judge for the event and I've also posted any changes that had been made.

This week, will be my last week to make any updates, for I am the only judge that has not been properly introduced (however, I'm sure anyone who follows my blog is sure to know most everything there is to know about me). And I can think of no other changes to be made!!

For those of you who haven't already voted, there is a poll for you to answer on the upper right hand corner of this page. It allows you to say which category(s) you'll be entering. So far, the most popular category is "Modern Little Women" with nine votes. However, the "Little Women Photo Shoot" is pulling a hard second with eight votes. The rest have either six or seven votes each! I am so happy that there has been such a nice response and I'm glad that I was able to see the interest in each category. However I hope to see even more interest during the actual event! :)

Make sure you have a banner with the details of the event (you can go here if you need to get one: http://www.sewinginthepast.com/2010/01/little-women-of-2010-literary-inspired.html or you can make your own with the same information) posted somewhere on your blog, and even write a little post about the event if you so choose!

Also, when thinking about what to enter in the categories you choose to compete in, remember that creativity and originality are the biggest things the judges and I will be looking at!

Happy sewing/writing/drawing/crafting/photographing/etc!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it possible for people without blogs to partcipate in this event?
Thanks.

Rebecca said...

That shouldn't be a problem. If you post pictures you can upload them to a flickr account I'll set up especially for people without blogs. And if you write something, I guess you can just email it to me.

However, setting up a blog is a really easy thing to do, and would probably be more convenient. But either way will work.