Click on each award to read the article.
And the Kreative Blogger Award goes to…..brrrrrrr (drum roll)….Chic envelopments!
For being such an inspiration & an amazing refashionista I’m passing the honour on to you! check it out:
Hi Beth. I just nominated you for a One Lovely Blog award. Visit my blog–afternoonartist.wordpress–for details.
Thanks so much!
You’re a woman after my own heart.! I’m a 78 year old retiree that volunteers at a thrift shop that provides funds for developmentally disabled adults. Can you imagine a better win-win situation?
Sewing, quilting, crafts; keep me engaged and creative to possibilities of using ALL that’s available to us. Even if I wasn’t o a limited income, I’m sure I’d still be looking for re-inventing ideas.
Good luck to you.
I can’t imagine a better way to retire than what you are doing. I’m also a big believer in challenging yourself and finding ways to involve yourself in the community to keep active, healthy, and vibrant.
I’d love to see some of your projects sometime!
Happy Fourth of July!
Just wanted to let you know I won three blogging awards this week and have chosen you as a recipient for all three! Not only is your blog fantastic and your ideas brilliant, but your support with my own blogging is really appreciated. thankyou :D
here is the link to my post:
I hope you enjoy your awards
Thank you Hannah for the nominations!!!!
I’ve nominated your lovely blog for the Liebster Award. Please check out http://mamacormier.wordpress.com/2013/01/21/im-honoured/ for the details of this award.
Thanks so much for the nomination!!!
Congrats! Be Blessed, Mtetar
…and another one for you! http://carlymau.wordpress.com/2013/05/29/ive-been-nominated/ Thanks Renegade Seamstress for your wonderful blog!
Hi Beth, I’ve nominated you for the Super Sweet Blogger Award at http://thewardrobesurgeon.wordpress.com/2013/07/02/super-sweet-blogger-award/
I love your blog and your wonderful ideas. Have you seen the aprons made from men’s shirts? Also my 4-H sewing club recently made “activity aprons” for figidity elementary students that used recycled clothing.
Keep of the creativity!
Thanks for your nice comments and thanks for encouraging a new generation of sewists, Cathy!
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