I came across Lisa's blog Adventures in Paperland through Moxiefab World. I love Lisa's style of work, part vintage, part shabby, with links to some great challenge sites. Pop by Lisa 's blog and say hi!
It's a great feeling to know that there are people who regularly read your blog! And more so, to know that they take inspiration from your work. There are so many talented art and crafters out there. And so many wonderful blogs to visit.
The idea behind this award is to spread the love from one small blog (under 200 followers) to other small blogs. This helps to spread knowledge and readership. To accept the award, you must:
1. Link back to the person who gave it and thank them for thinking of you.
2. Post the award to your blog.
3. Give the award to 5 bloggers (with less than 200 followers) that you appreciate and value.
4. Leave a comment on the blogs of the five people you have chosen to let them know.
So with this is mind, here is my list of 5 blogs that inspire me on a regular basis, and are well worth visiting.
http://delightfullycrazytoo.blogspot.com/ Sandie - for the most stunning array of cards. Sandie has an enviable style about her work, and the photos she takes of her projects are beautiful. Sandie has some fabulous tutorials on her blog, so make a cuppa and sit down to watch. Check out her hand dyed lace! All these 'how to' details, IMHO, make for a exceptional blog.
http://www.paperscissorschocolate.com/ - Louise, a multi-talented artist. Check out her latest mixed media work. Wow! She has 2 cute little boys too!
http://blissandgesso.blogspot.com Gayle -for her imaginative approach to art and craft! Love all the details in her descriptions.
http://illbeblessed.blogspot.com.au/ Rae does amazing projects - and I will have the pleasure of meeting her in April at the Autumn Escape Rettreat in Taupo. Rae also takes the time to add 'how to' and 'what I used' details into her blog, which is a real bonus!
http://www.trinamcclune.typepad.com/ Trina - for her yummy recipes and wonderful chicken stories thrown in amongst her gorgeous crafting! If you want to know how to use anything 'Prima' - or you're after a good cake recipe - go see Trina!
Thanks ladies, for taking the time to share your work with us. Congratulations, I hope you will accept the award...