A Sink Full of News & Getting ready for Thanksgiving

Happy Kitchen Sink Monday!

November’s POM is here and I hope you all got a chance to see Connie’s tea light sleeves. This project is sure to bring joy to a room & brighten any spot during the holiday season! But, just in case you have not seen Connie’s wonderful project, you will find her complete tutorial HERE.

Thanks Connie for sharing this delightful (and versatile) project with us!

It is going to be a busy week in my own kitchen as I get ready for to have Thanksgiving at our house this year. 🙂 I just love all the yummy food this holiday brings!

…. and for the day after your feast, you can look forward to Black Friday – the Day After Thanksgiving Day Sale in the Kitchen!

You will find a 20% off promo code on any one of the Kitchen Sink Crew’s blogs. 🙂

PLUS: All orders $50 & over will get FREE Shipping – this One Day Only, NOV. 27th.
International orders: Free Shipping on orders $60 and over on stamps ONLY.
PLEASE NOTE: Shipping & Handling will be charged at the time of checkout. Qualifying orders will be refunded the S&H charge upon shipment. Orders with Pre-Order items will be held and shipped when the Pre-Ordered items are available and will be shipped as one complete order.

Hope you all have a Happy & Healthy Thanksgiving week!


Don’t forget to visit the rest of the Kitchen Sink Crew and see what they have cooked up for today.


This is the last week to enter this month’s KS Crew Challenge with Lisa. Deadline is Friday, Nov. 27th – midnight EST. Go HERE for all the details.

As always… thanks for stopping by the Kitchen & Happy Monday!


Materials – Stamps: Multi Step Harvest from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Paper: Vintage Cream from Papertrey. Crushed Curry, Soft Suede and Riding Hood Red from SU! Ink: Memento Inks unless noted – HAY BALE: (stamping backwards): Step #3 Rich Cocoa, Step #2 Desert Sand 2’x, Step #1 Desert Sand. APPLES: (stamping backwards): Step #4 Grape Jelly, Step #3 Sweet Plum, Step #2 Rhubarb Stalk, Step #1 Lady Bug. PUMPKINS: (stamping backwards): Step #4 Rich Cocoa, Step #3 Rich Coca stamp-off 1x, Step #2 Tangelo, Step #1 Desert Sand. FLOWERS: (stamping out of order) Step #3 Cottage Ivy, Step #2 Bamboo Leaves, Step #3 Rhubarb Stalk, Step #2 Tangelo, Step #1 Dandelion. BUSHEL BASKET: (top) (stamping backwards): Step #4 Vintage Sepia – VersaFine, Step #3 Rich Cocoa, Step #2 Rich Coca stamp off 1x, Step #1 Desert Sand. BUSHEL BASKETS: (bottom 2) (stamping backwards): Step #4 Tuxedo Black, Step #3 Rich Cocoa, Step #2 Rich Coca stamp-off 1x, Step #1 Desert Sand. SENTIMENT: Olympia Green – VersaFine. SHADOWS: sponging with Sahara Sand and Jumbo Java – both VersaMagic. Inked edges with Desert Sand – Memento. Embellishments: Scalloped border punch from SU! Brown checked ribbon from Michael’s.

7 thoughts on “A Sink Full of News & Getting ready for Thanksgiving

  1. What a beautiful card. I really like this set!



  2. Beautiful bounty! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.


  3. Love this card with all the goodness of Fall!! So nicely done!! 🙂


  4. Love this stunning Thanksgiving card, Maria!! Love your beautiful layered baskets!!

    I spent yesterday tracking down a jumbo muffin pan to make a sensational dessert called Pumpkin Gooey! Hope the family likes it!!

    Have a wonderful holiday with those you love!!


  5. Wonderful creation … so rich with the feeling of Fall!

    Black Friday at Kitchen Sink?! That’s awesome news for a non-going-out-in-the-crowds person like myself! Sa-weeet!



  6. Love the baskets filled so nicely for the Thanksgiving Holiday!


  7. Beautiful creation, Maria!! I love how you stamped the each image. They are all beautiful colors and details!
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving to you, too!!


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