Monday, August 18, 2008

OHMYGOSH!!!! An Award!!!!!

THANK YOU to Marilyn for passing this award to me . . . I've only started this blog this year . . . this is SUCH an honor . . . I could not have done it alone . . . I had some very special internet mixed media buddies helping and encouraging me along the way . . . Now it's my turn to pass this award on to other bloggers . . . it's a tough choice since there are so many AWESOME blogs out there . . . I had to narrow it down . . . my choices were based on contribution to the community in their writing and their art . . . beautiful artwork . . . tutorials to inspire other artists . . .

CONGRATULATIONS to the bloggers listed below who now have the opportunity to pass on this award to their choices . . . Here are some pointers of passing on this award . . .

1. First put the logo on your blog.

2. Link the person who passed on this award to you on your blog.

3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.

4. Put links of those blogs on yours.

5. Leave a comment on the blogs of "peeps" you chose, advising them they have won the award. Here are my picks . . .

1. Annette Husband

2. Cindy Roland

3. Flo Hollingsworth

4. Gayle Page-Robak

5. Jan Hoefler

6. Joe Nathan

7. Leandra of Paper Artsy

8. Lisa Gifford

9. Lori Roberts

10. Tim Holtz

Please visit the blogs of these AWESOME artists and enjoy their wonderful contributions to the art world!


Gayle Page-Robak said...

Thank you for loving my blog, Michi.....I appreciate it.

Heather Robinson said...

You are so deserving of this award. Your blog is always so inspiring and you are always so kind in your comments on my blog. Congratulations.

kiwicarole said...

Hi Michi! (waving from New Zealand!) Congrats on the award! I received this award too and was soooo excited as it was the first I had ever won and I only started this year too! Hope you're having a great weekend!

ChezChani said...

Well, that stuff is very impressive. My first look at stamper stuff. I'm still confused. Is this art done with various stamps on paper? Do you make stamps or only buy stamps. Is there an online article or tutorial for someone who knows nothing that explains all this? And then again, do I really want to know? I don't have time for my current craft...yet I'm fascinated. Tell me more.