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Handing Out Awards!


This Kreativ Blogger Award was presented to me and I must award 7 other creative bloggers with it.In my previous post I did the required "7 things about me".I would like to pass this on to some bloggers whom I think are extremely creative.Some of them I have visited WITHOUT leaving comments so I apologize but nevertheless
I do enjoy your blog.I promise not to be in such a hurry that I don't comment on your lovely art in the future!
Here are the SEVEN:
wild at heart art, vintagepix, textileartand..., spirit dolls & mixed media assemblage,
Kim's Art By The Sea, Forever Jann,and Paper Paisleys.
Just remember--those of you receiving this should kindly award 7 other bloggers and post 7 things about yourself.
Thanks again for the award and for all the wonderful comments that you folks leave me!

Comments

Zan Asha said…
Hello there Cathy! Thank you so very much for the award! Gosh, you sure know how to make a girl's day! I will go ahead and post this on my blog soon :)

Big hugs and THANK YOU, again!
Aimeslee said…
Aww, thanks, Cathy. I'm very honored and it will sit on my sidebar. :-))

Hey, I really like your threads and vases. :-)
Cathy Mendola said…
You're very welcome Zan & Aimeslee! Well deserved.
Marlis said…
thanks cathy! i am very honored and will go ahead and post it on my blog soon!
Cathy Mendola said…
You're very welcome Marlis.
Kims Art said…
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for the link also, I will go back and add you to my links. As for leaving a comment. I do not always leave comments. I will pick up this award very soon and thank you again! Have a great day!
Cathy Mendola said…
You're so welcome Kim!
vintagepix said…
Thanks, Cathy! I'm not sure I can think of 7 things to say but can probably think of 7 creative bloggers :D
Cathy Mendola said…
You're welcome Carolyn! I'm sure you can come up with 7 things.
Griselda said…
Thanks Cathy, I have to do this with a bit more time...right now I am out to the office, imagine that, "a real job" for this artistic type...thanks for your kind words I am honored.
Griselda
Cathy Mendola said…
You're so very welcome Griselda! I just adore your work.

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