Friday, 26 October 2012

Liebster Award

Well, you could have knocked me over with a feather when I found out I was nominated for a blog award.  (And no, it's not an award for Most Sporadic Blogger or Most Erratic Punctuation.)  A great big thank you to Erin for nominating me!


Here's what they say about the Liebster Award.

The best part about the Liebster Award is that in order to accept it you have to pass it along to 5 other bloggers with 200 followers or less. It's a fantastic way to discover great blogs!

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!

Here are the 5 amazing blogs with less than 200 followers that I would like to pass the Liebster Award on to:

Inky Fingers by Sue McCrae
Watermarks by Maureen Morton
My Paper Palace by Vicky Fernando
Heather's Stamping Haven by Heather Hayley
Thimbles, Bobbins, Paper and Ink by Jennifer and one more because I am a more-is-more girl
Ellie's ATCs by Ellie.


  1. Thanks for the award, Karen, but, as I say on my main blog, I will not accept awards. Your visits and comments are awards in themselves!
    It sounds a bit nasty, maybe, but I found out it gives such a lot of work, and there are so many beautiful blogs, that I'll have to leave lots out. I do blog sometimes about blogs I became follower of, with a photo, and the link...

  2. You don't have to apologize, I actually have to do that, but I have a family to run, a job to do, trying to be a good designer to 2 stamping companies, getting published sometimes... so I'd rather spent my sparse crafting time at my craft table, rather than sitting at my computer...

    Happy stamping!