WOW! Thanks so much to Tote-N-Tots for nominating me for the Brillante Weblog Premio Award!! Be sure to visit her blog and her Etsy store to see all the wonderful bags she makes for the fashionable mommy & baby!
Here are the rules for the nominees:
1) Add the logo of the award to your blog
2) Add a link to the person who awarded it to you
3) Nominate at least 7 other blogs
4) Add links to those blogs on your blog
5) Leave a message for your nominees on their blogs
So here goes:
Brandy, from Wyles Style, creates the most wonderful little clutches and bags which have recently been picked up by a local brick-and-mortar beach boutique! She’s also very friendly and immensely helpful. I know you will enjoy getting to know her through her blog and checking out her Etsy store.
“Mama Z” (Two Zany Zebras) writes the most fun & entertaining stories of family life with “Zany Janie” and “Wacky Zachy”, as well as featuring her newest creations! You will love following her blog and browsing through the wonderfully unique kids items in her Etsy store!
Boody Babies just started her blog this month! But she’s off to a great start, chronicling her sewing projects and life in general. Check out this project! (one of my favorites! So cute!) Also, be sure to browse her Etsy store for some adorable baby items!
Also new in the blogosphere is Rebecca’s Rags. Rebecca makes rag quilts of all sizes, but what is unique about them is her fabric choice. She always has the cutest themes and colors, you’re sure to find one you can’t live without! To find out what she’s working on now, visit her blog. To purchase her wonderful quilts, click here.
I go to Pammy Dawn Designs‘ blog to dream! See, she makes very cute hair accessories and I have a 6 1/2 month old boy! Her newest post highlights some finger puppets she’s created. Her accessories are extremely creative and themed for every holiday! Check it out!
Tissuepapers is one of my favorite blogs to go to for inspiration. I just love her style and enjoy watching the various projects she finishes. She also posts several of her own tutorials so you can duplicate her fabulous projects for yourself! Please stop by and see for yourself!
And since I’ve always primarily been a garment sewer, but hardly ever get time these days to sew for myself, I love to live vicariously through the diaryofasewingfanatic. I love every pattern Carolyn chooses and she’s very good at actually sewing them up and showing us a finished project! (Something I have yet to master). I hope you will follow her on her sewing adventures too!