Saturday, September 6, 2008

Dancin' with Dee Challenge

Today is a rainy, hurricany day here in SE PA; we are feeling the effects of Hurricane Hanna.  So what better thing to do than stamp?  I wanted to participate in Sharon's Dancin' with Dee challenge, which was to make something with a 2- or 3-step stamp, preferably flowers or nature.  I dusted off my Kitchen Sink Daisy stamp and set out to make a little altered note book to keep by my computer.  I like to have one handy to write myself notes, especially when I am running low on cardstock, ribbon, etc.  And this is a shameless plug for Maria at Kitchen Sink; she is just wonderful!!!  I lost a teeny little piece from my stamp set and she replaced it FREE!!!!  What awesome customer service!!!  Thanks, Maria!  So here it is:

Kitchen Sink Daisy Notepad

I know it looks like a card, but it is a little ruled pad.  Here are the details:

  • Stamps:  Kitchen Sink Daisy, MFT Essential Sentiments
  • Paper:  So Saffron, WW, Kiwi Kiss, Basic Grey LilyKate & Two Scoops
  • Ink:  Barely Banana, So Saffron, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip
  • Acc:  CB Just My Type folder, Dimensionals, Sponge Daubers

I can't wait to use it!  TFL!


  1. Really nice LeAnne, I love it.

  2. This is beautiful LeAnne!! I love the color of the dasiy:) Thank you for the dance:)

  3. Oh LeAnne, this is very pretty! Nice job on the challenge! :)

  4. This is so pretty LeAnne! I hope all is well there! Keep safe and dry!

  5. WOW! This is so gorgeous!! Great take on the challenge! :)

  6. You've made lot's of wonderful creations since I've been here!! I'm glad to be back and see all your wonderful cards!


  7. It looks so classic. the sort of thing I would love to make notes in.

  8. This is just stunning!!! Most 3 step stamped cards tend to be more busy -- don't know why -- but I just LOVE the simplicity, the freshness to this pad you've decorated -- truly wonderful and refreshing!!! So glad you could play -- thanks much!!!

  9. Gorgeous, and I love how you used the Cuttlebug folder behind the flower image!


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