Saturdays With LeAnn



Hello, my friends! I hope you had a great week and are ready for a relaxing and creative weekend. I have some cute projects to share with you today, so sit back and enjoy!

Pocket Page Scrapbooking by Lindsay Bateman

“Pocket Page” scrapbooking is quite the rage. What a great way to display your many pictures and complete some albums in no time at all. Build your pages inside page protectors and layer some pieces on top. There are so many wonderful pocket inserts and embellishments available to help create an adorable album.

Pocket Page Scrapbooking

This is an ultra-simple solution for getting your photos off your phone and computer, out of boxes, and into albums. You will save spending hours of time on just one page. Click here and I will take you over to Heidi Swapp’s blog where Lindsay will show you photos and step-by-step instructions on how you can create your own pocket pages. Give it a try; I guarantee you will be hooked!

Hello By Barbara Anders

This beautiful, dreamy card by Barbara Anders is the perfect way to say hello and send a smile across the miles. Who wouldn’t love to receive this lovely and cheerful card in the mail?


Pull out those die cuts and inks; creating a beautiful card is a fun way to use your imagination. If you are wondering how Barbara created this sweet card, click here and I will take you over to Paper Pursuits where you will find directions, along with the supplies needed.

Thinking Of You

Don’t forget to put your sentiment on the inside! Have fun creating your own, personalized card.

Welcome Baby By Debby Yates

Shaker cards are so much fun; you can never have too many of them on hand. This is such a creative welcome baby card. My daughter is expecting a baby – this will be a fun and adorable card to make for her! Dies really simplify the process of creating a shaker card, and not to mention how these darling little critters really put a smile on your face.

Welcome Baby

Sequins are great for shakers cards, or you can use a combination of beads, confetti, and sequins – they all coordinate together so well. Click here and I’ll take you over to Debby’s blog where you will find instructions and supplies for this darling card. If you have never made a shaker card, make sure to give it a try; I know you won’t make only one!

Canvas Frame by Shari Carrol

Turning a canvas into a piece of art is all about imagination, texture, and technique. This creation is so amazing! I can definitely see this as a piece of art to display at home. Pull out your stamps, inks, crackle pastes, and stencils to get started.

Canvas Frame

Shari Carrol’s talent is very inspriational. Click here and I will take you over to a tutorial video where you will be able to follow Shari as she creates this beautiful canvas frame. Let your imagination run wild and have fun creating!

Raspberry Lemon Bars by Julie Gransee

This is certainly a fabulous end-of-summer treat to share with all of your loved ones.  I am sure this will be one of those desserts that your family will ask for time and time again. I would like to thank Julie Gransee for sharing this yummy recipe.

Raspberry Lemon Bars

Click here and I will take you over to “Lovely Little Kitchen” where you will be able to print off this recipe to put in your files as a must-have dessert. Enjoy making these, and enjoy every single bite!

I am looking forward to spending some more time with you next Saturday. Have a wonderful and creative week ahead!


1 thoughts on “Saturdays With LeAnn

  1. Pauline says:

    Hi LeAnn-
    I always enjoy reading your column “Saturdays With LeAnn.” The project ideas are great and the recipe ideas equally wonderful. I will be attending the Sacramento Scrapbook Expo and was disappointed to see that you won’t be there presenting all the new scrapbooking and cardmaking tools. Going to your workshops first made me feel more prepared to visit (and buy from!!) all of the exhibitors. I hope you are well and that maybe I will see you at the Sacramento Scrapbooking Expo in 2016. All the best, Pauline

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