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Diane (who is also a mother of many children like myself) presented me with this award the other day.  I am so flattered!  She has started up a blog group of Papertrey Ink fan(atic)s, and I thought I would climb aboard and get involved.  There are some extraordinarily talented women who are also participating, and I'm looking forward to hanging out with the cool kids.

I must also nominate several women who are worthy of this award...Each of them has been so kind to comment on my work, as well as being warm and welcoming on the PTI forum.  Not to mention the fact that their work is fabulous!  Check them out.

I nominate:



The rules for passing this award on: you must post the award on your blog, name the person who awarded you, then pass the award to 6 other bloggers and leave a message on their blog that they've received the award.

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  1. Congrats on your award:) Looking forward to our blogging group too!!

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  2. awe, thanks sooo much Cheryl, Ill be sure to pass it along!

    mwah!

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  3. Thank you, Cheryl!! You have been so sweet as well!! :>:>

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