Friday, March 13, 2009

Geekfest 2009 - Celebrate Pi Day!!!


I am SOOO excited to reveal that Sweet Twee Lab will be celebrating Pi Day all day long tomorrow Saturday March 14th! It's Pi Day!!! Get it??? 3.14??? :)


I will have all sorts of super geeky science and math inspired challenges all day long!!!


This is in celebration of one of my favorite kit club website's WillowTraders.com. They are celebrating their 4th anniversary!!! All of the challenges will be posted on that site, under the 4th Anniversary forum topic. If you have never been to the site, you just need to set up a free account with some basic info and to win you need a minimum of 25 posts on the forum (which is super easy to get to, the forum is AWESOME!!!)


I will be giving away full kits and mini kits and vintage yummies and other fun goodies to all of the winners. Is that enough motivation?????


Oh, and I will be making a big announcement that I think is very cool!!! :) Shhh. Secrets...


I really hope to see lots of you there!!! I'll be busy blinding my scrap room with science... :)

-elke




5 comments:

jen said...

I WILL I WILL! Where is it? here?

sweet twee lab said...

The party will be on the Willow Traders forum: willowtraders.com


Hope to see you there!!!!

-elke

silvia said...

LOVE this ad!! It's hillarious!!


silvia2

Lori Gentile said...

Did I miss the announcement? I wasn't able to play in your challenges, yesterday, but I thought they looked really fun. I got my kit and I love it. I can't wait to break it open and use it.

Sam said...

Even wannabe geeks. Unbelievable. Spend your time reading about math and the sciences. Don't speculate about subjects and events with which you have only an ever so slight familiarity. As for time only going forward... how do you know this? Perhaps you meant humans only EXPERIENCE time going forward. My geek community believes there are no absolutes. It would, however, make a great thought experiment (see Einstein and Schrodinger), but I do not have the ..... [aw, do I have to say it?] ... time (I just couldn't help myself!). Anthropocentrists will be our collective and eventual downfall.