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Awards :)


Wow! I have to say that blogging is fun for me for two reasons. I can read others and get VERY inspired and I can share what I'm doing. I have been tagged from two bloggers, Peg in South Carolina and Kimberly for the Creative Blogger award! Thanks gals!!!! So, what I have to do is this:

1) copy the Kreativ Blogger award to your blog
2) put a link to the person from whom you received the award
3) nominate 8 other blogs and
4) link to them
5) then leave a message on the blogs you nominated
I hope you all don't mind but, most of the folks blogs that I read have already been tagged;)

Comments

Alpaca Granny said…
Thank you for this lovely honor.
Maple
Anonymous said…
You're lucky!I've not received any award yet, but I'll continue with my blog. Please, feel free to visit it! Good job!

http://josepmonbox.blogspot.com/
Sharon said…
I second your acknowledgement!! I really do appreciate your blog. You help me to keep thinking about weaving~

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