Tuesday, April 8, 2008

You Make My Day Award!!!

I received this "You Make My Day" award from one of my new blog friends Denise from Stamping with Denise. She's a super nice individual and has an awesome blog,you should check it out!

In order to display this "You Make My Day Award" proudly on your blog, you must present it to 10 people whose blogs bring you happiness and inspiration. Let them know through email or by posting a comment on their blog so they can pass it on too. Beware, you may get the award several times yourself, and if you do, consider yourself really, really loved.

It's so hard to pick just 10 bloggers that inspire me, there are so many many talented stampers out there. There are a few friends that always make my day, just by knowing them! Your talent brings me to your blogs everyday and I enjoy looking at your creativity hoping that one day I'll be talented as you!

So here are 10 of you but it actually goes to everyone!! Lorie, Courtney, Alex, Julie, April, Diane, Allison, Shannon, Rubbermaid, Nicola.
And lastly, but certainly not least, to anyone else that visits my blog and takes the time to comment, YOU make my day too!



Courtney Fowler said...

Thank you, Diane! You make my day, too!

April said...

You are SO sweet - these awards really do make my day!

Lorie said...

Wow! Thank Diane! You always make my day too! :o)

Alexandra said...

You know you make my day, girl!!! Thanks so much for this - smooches!!!


Jamie Martin said...

Congratulations on your award :)

My Paper World said...

Congratulations on your award Diane! You really deserve it! xx

Diane said...

Oh My goodness, Diane, You so make my day, all the time. Thanks so much for the award. I am so behind on all of my tags -- I wonder if I will ever catch up?
Sorry to hear you're having trouble sleeping. I had that problem whenI was younger and here's what helped me. I made a tape (I guess these days it would be a CD) of a bunch of soothing instrumental music. Then I would lie down and sort of make a movie inmy head to go along with the music until I fell asleep. At first it took almost theentire tape but as I did itmore it took less and less time to fall asleep -- as long as I always "played" the same "movie" in my head. It might not work for you, but it's a cheap method to try on your own.