We were so happy to receive this award from Deb at Hummadeedledee. She is a force of nature in the blogging world, keeping oodles of blogs fresh, picture filled and brimming with good ideas!
Now we would like to nominate seven blogs that we enjoy and hope that you will visit as well. In no particular order, they are:
1. Lambsworld by Linda Freeman. Linda has received this honor before and passed it along to us as well. She is a customer friend of ours, trades ATCs and charms with us, and blogs about so many fun mail art swaps. 2. Luluz. We “met” Lulu through a mutual friend’s recommendation of her blog. Other friends seek her out at the Sand Point Antiques Market and Fremont on Sundays. I get a big kick out of her blog and hope to meet her in person one day soon. 3. Joyworks. Jana Johnson shares design ideas she is doing at the popular shop of the same name in Snohomish, and what she is creating for her own nest. She visits the studio when she can, and we enjoy seeing what catches her eye. 4. Elizabeth Holcombe – Words and Whimsies. We first heard of Beth through her Etsy shop – Beth’s Bagz. I ordered my first Christmas purse with a removable corsage last year. I adore her work. It’s always a treat to see what new treasures she has found. 5. Shed Style by Debra Prinzing. In our former gardening-obsessed lives, we met Debra, a freelance writer and author of numerous and gorgeous gardening books. She has been a fairy godmother to us, and opened many doors to spread the word about the salvage studio. 6. Present Past Collection by Heather Bullard. As a blog “stalker”, I faithfully read her blog and soak up all her stunning style ideas. I have been sort of shy about leaving a comment, but promise to introduce myself as a result of this post. 7. A Happy Miscellany by Lena Staggs. I met Lena years ago at an annual holiday craft show and loved what she created. She was the first one to share some of her favorite blogs with me, which still are my favorites.
It’s hard to list just seven blogs. I am a blog addict!
From sword ferns to garden art; from free piles to a studio; from retail to a book. We have lots of fun things planned in our next chapter. Join us on our adventures to see what happens next! -- Beth & Lisa