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Liebster Award



Rachelle @ http://crafti.blogspot.com/ has awarded me with the Liebster blog award. I was surprised and happy to be the recipient of this award from Rachelle! This is my second Liebster blog award.
I can't tell you how wonderful it feels to be recognized by my blogger friends!
Thank you so much!

The origins of the Liebster Blog Award are somewhat unclear but general consensus is that they originated in Germany. Liebster, meaning favorite or dearest, is here to showcase bloggers with fewer than 200 followers. Upon accepting this award the recipient must then pass it on to five more blogs that have 200 or less followers.

I am the proud recipient of this award from Rachelle's Blog:   http://crafti.blogspot.com/


Here are the Liebster rules:

  • Choose 5 up and coming blogs of fewer than 200 followers to award the Liebster to.
  • Show your thanks to the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them.
  • Post the award on your blog. Link back to the blogs you have given the Liebster to so everyone else can pay them a visit.
So, now it is time for me to pass the award to 5 blogs.
I decided to pick 5 blogs (that I love, of course) that have less than 200 followers:
 
 
 
Judy 
 
 
 

 
 
You will definitely find some inspiration -so check them out!
 
Thanks blogger friends!
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