Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Celebrate Life--a notepad to fit in my purse, with Leaky Shed Studio

 You wouldn't think finding a notepad to fit my little bag would be so difficult . . . so I did what any arty/crafty woman worth her ink would do:  made my own!  This also happens to be for my first ever Leaky Shed Studio blog post--if you'd like more details on this little paper pad, please check out the post HERE.

Filled it up with paper cut from, oh I don't know, some pad of accounting paper?  Ledger paper?  Something to do with numbers . . .

Happy Wednesday, everyone!
(We'll just be arriving home from yet another short adventure when this posts, so I'm missing What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday, yet again--see you next week, deskers!  But if you happen by and leave a comment here, I'll track you down some time this week . .


Anonymous said...

Great shape!
So many people will stop and ask where you purchased your notebook!

Jean Moore said...

love it Trisha!!!!!

trisha too said...

Thank you!


okienurse said...

awesome Trisha! I am going to add you to Feedspot cause it looks like you are like me missing WOYWW too! Love last weeks post and it is nice seeing the book finished. Have a great week. Vickie #75

Lyneen said...

What a great idea to cut the chip board in half!!!! I am going to have to use that on a future project!!!! TFS!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

That's a wonderful booklet, such a great idea.
Thanks for your lovely comment on my Favorite Food page. The background is a magazine page and I've stenciled the woman with black gesso and the dots with golden texture paste. The word PASTA is stamped with StazOn.