The Leibster Award :)


I was awarded the Leibster Award by the lovely Tarrah McLean - Thank you so much for your kind words Tarrah, so nice and affirming :)



The Liebster Award was designed to be a blog award in the pay it forward fashion. It is awarded to blogs that have fewer than 200 followers to encourage new visitors to them. Once you have been nominated, you award it to five other blogs.


The rules are: post the award on your blog, give the award to 5 bloggers who you appreciate that have fewer than 200 followers then leave a comment on their blogs to let them know you have given them this award.

So bloggers I appreciate...Here's my 5...

Michelle - Michelle and I have been friends since Prep. She is the best promoter of Project Life I know and really does live and breathe it. She has in the last couple of months began her own blog sharing her PL journey. 

Celeste - Celeste's a fellow Victorian and her photography and scrapbooking are just lovely. She has recently started designing for Studio Calicos scrapbooking kits. The layouts she is able to create with the kits are so funky, love them all. 

Melissa Heather - I don't know when this lady gets time to create as she runs quite a few challenge blogs but she does :) Loving her style, its very 'my kind' of scrapbooking. 

Amanda Hall - I love Amanda's pages, she has a unique simple but perfect style. I have always admired her work, but know minimal is something I am challenged in lol, so replicating this style just wont happen for me. I love that her scrapbooking is about the 'photo' and memory, not about how many products can be thrown onto the page. The products on her pages have a place and her pages always seem so well planned and thought out. 

Sophie K - This young girl has a very funky style and is a fellow Show us Your Stuff Creative team member.  I always look forward to seeing her samples. Always so refreshing!


1 comment

amanda hall said...

ohmygosh. Thank you for such kind words. I feel a bit embarrassed but so grateful! Thanks also for 'getting' what scrapbooking is about to me. (photo and memory Vs product).

I am loving being a part of the scrapping community again and finding new blogs and amazing talented (and kind) people just like you.