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Saturdays With LeAnn

Thanks

Welcome back, my friends.  What a better way to round out your work week than with five amazing projects from four wonderful designers, and then add to it some yummy cookies!  I hope these will be some projects that you want to create yourself.  So kick off your shoes, relax, and let’s get started! Heritage […]

Brush Lettering Card

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a brush lettering card I created using a stamp and a water-based marker. I love the look of brush lettering, but freehand brush lettering isn’t a skill I have acquired just yet. So to get the look without all of the […]

Charming Gingham

Gingham is one of my very favorite patterns! It has a country old-world charm that I love so much. Yet, when it’s paired with white, it has a clean, updated look to it! Today I have three cards to share with you using gingham to set off these pretty florals. These are a set of […]

Classic Calligraphy

Calligraphy is all the rage in stationery, and I love that it’s making its way to card making as well! A few stamp companies are getting in on that trend with their pretty stamp sets. For today’s post, I used Calligraphy Classics by Papertrey Ink for the sentiments, along with a watercoloring technique that I […]

Layering Die Cuts

For today’s card, I used the Little Moments collection by Elle’s Studio that I recently received. After making some cards for an Elle’s Studio sketch class this month, I couldn’t help but to make one more with this cute line! I love working with tags and pre-made die cuts, as the patterns and colors are so […]

4 x 4″ Mini Cards

Happy Tuesday, card makers! Today I’m working with the “Don’t Forget to Write” card kit by Papertrey Ink to create these 4×4″ mini cards! Creating a little set of them is a fun gift for family and friends! They can be packaged in a clear card box or put together into a stationery set for […]

Watercoloring Over Stamped Images

Happy Tuesday, I hope you are having a creative one! Today I’d like to show you a neat trick you can use to make your stamped images look watercolored. It’s SO easy, you won’t even believe how simple it is! First, to create a background for my card, I wanted to paint a couple of […]