The Liebster Blog Award

Thankyou Mrs Daffodil from over at The Painting Gardener for awarding me the Liebster Blog Award!

The Liebster Blog is to be given to bloggers who have less than 200 followers in order to spotlight these wonderful blogs.

Liebster is a German word, meaning dearest or beloved, but it can also mean favourite.

Rules for giving the award

These are the rules:

  1. Thank the giver and link back to the blogger who gave it to you (thank you, Mrs Daffodil!)
  2. Reveal the five blogs you have chosen and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog
  3. Copy and paste the award onto your blog (see above)
  4. Request the people you have chosen to receive the award pass it on to their favourite bloggers.

Mrs Daffodil’s other award-winners

The five bloggers to whom Mrs Daffodil has given her award are:

  1. Pretty Green Bullet
  2. Solid Gold Creativity
  3. Soulsong Art
  4. Candy Ping Pong
  5. On the Way to School

It is difficult to tell how many followers people have – not everyone displays that information.

I actually have had enormous trouble choosing which blogs to highlight!

Anyhoo here are is my final selection of 5 Blogs for the award – I’ve added a little about why I like these blogs…

My award-winners are:

Bushranger – Exploring Australian bush – great blog from an amateur naturalist

Art out and About – Printmaker Pete McLean’s art & travels

A-roving I will go
– A tale of travel & nature

What I Learnt Today – Interesting & Quirky info fro your day…

Karmic Gift – A wonderful blog about becoming parents from a different perspective – follow on blog is The Moore-Mazoue Pride

4 thoughts on “The Liebster Blog Award

    • Hi Pete! Still travelling – looks like you have been having an adventurous time so I guess blogging would not be high on the agenda! Are you heading back to Canberra – I will be down there a few times this year i think as my youngest son is dancing for QL2.
      Lyn

  1. Thank you for the award, Lynne, and apologies for not saying “thanks” earlier. I really like your photos and the way you turn plants into art. Keep up the good work!

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