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SpunkyDiva received a Blogger Award!!!

What a fun way to wrap a long weekend!  To find out that your blog has received an award from fellow bloggers. 

The Spunky Diva received a blog award from Jake and Alison at Welcome Sunshine Home!  Thanks guys!

I love their blog too, and their Gift Wrap & Ribbon Wall is a must-see!

Rules for accepting the Stylish Blogger Award:

1. Thank and link back to the person who gave you the award
2. Share 7 things about yourself
3. Pass this on to 13 other great bloggers
4. Contact the selected bloggers and tell them about their award

Seven things about me: (some of these you will already know)
1.  I am mom to one plus one on the way, and also have a wonderful stepson.
2.  I can't cook.  Hence you will most likely never see a cooking post on this blog.  If you do (and it isn't a guest post) you will know that it is an idiot proff receipe.
3.  I love creating with fabrics.  There is just so many options when you bring home a new group of fabrics home.
4.  Tying into No. 3 - I am a fabric-a-holic!
5.  I love living in Central Texas.  I am all about the heat and dry after growing up in the Pacific Northwest.
6.  I recently discovered 2% Egg Nog, and seem to have developed an addiction to the stuff.
7.  I have now had my "new" sewing machine a year, and am still sewing something on an almost daily basis!

Thirteen Blogs receiving the Stylish Blogger Award from me are...
1) Bare Feet On The Dashboard
2) Cole's Corner and Creations
3) Diary Of A Devil Dog
4) Embroidery Garden
5) Fly Away Home
6) Hampton House Jewelry
7) KoJo Designs
8) Momma's Kinda Crafty
9) Me and My Bucket
10) Punkin Seed productions
11) Shibley Smiles
12) Stitch-N-Studio
13) Stitched By Janay
14) Two Monkeys & a Washtub
15) The Life Of A Sippy Cup Mom
16) A Family of Looneys


  1. Thank you so much Kimberlee!! You made my day.

  2. That is so super sweet of you! I love coming to your blog always such fun ideas you are so creative!

  3. Thank you for including me in your picks of Stylish Blogs. It will be on my blog tomorrow 11-30-10. You made my evening and I wish i could give extra points for it. :)


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