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!


Tina said...

Really nice LeAnne, I love it.

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

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

Kisa Peters said...

Beautiful! Love the colors!

Anonymous said...

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

Renee said...

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!


Juanita said...

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

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

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!!!

Tammy Hershberger said...

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