Liebster Award

The other day I received a sweet comment on a blog post, along with an award, introducing me to a sweet concept called the Liebster Award.  First off, I must say thank you to Angela for presenting me with it, and while I’m at it, pat myself on the back for finding it promptly and not deleting my spam folder before I saw it in there!

Here’s what Angela had written on her blog:

A little about the Liebster. This is how it works…

Liebster is a German word meaning “Beloved,” “Favorite,” or “Dearest.” This award is a peer to peer award in which fellow bloggers present the award to their favorite bloggers with less than 200 followers. The origins of this award is unclear, but is believed to have originated by a German blogger. This award was designed to be a blog award in the pay it forward fashion to share your dearest and most beloved blogs that have less than 200 followers.

Thank the person who gave you the award and link back to their blog. Post the award onto your blog.  Give the award to five bloggers who you appreciate that have less than 200 followers. Leave a comment on their blog letting them know that you have given them this awesome award!

One of the fun things about recieving this award is that it challenges you to view more blogs,
to search for fellow creative persons and brighten their day–just a bit–by acknowledging their talent. 

Here are the 5 blogs (of many greats) that I have chosen to pass this award along to (go check them out!!):

FYI – it was hard to choose!  And, so many of the great blogs I follow are over that 200 member mark… it doesn’t mean I don’t love you just the same! lol 

Dear Prudey:
Your fashion forward decisions made simple 😉

Pam Klassen:
great CTMH projects!

Cricut FANatics!
when I chose them they were less than 200 followers, and growing fast 😉

Melinda Everitt:
great crafty blog!

represents Canada well in the Cricut Circle!


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