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I have been awarded the Liebster Blog!  The sweet Cassandra @ This Art That Heals made me one of her 5.  I am honored because she is a fantastic artist & friend!  I hope you all will visit her blog & show her some love.







With every award there are guidelines.  The idea of the Leibster award is to bring attention to blogs with less than 200 followers. So, in the spirit of good fun, I am passing this award on to five other bloggers. Please stop by and encourage them by leaving a little love on their creations.


For the 5 blogs I'm presenting this to, please .....
1. Show your thanks to the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them.
2. Reveal your five picks for the award and let them know.
3. Post the award on your blog.
4. Bask in the love from the most supportive people on the blogshare-other bloggers.
5. Finally and the best rule of all..........have fun and spread the love!

I'm awarding this to 5 very special blogs



Xinme
Tabitha
Gemiel
Vickie
Sherry



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