Saturdays With LeAnn

Pillow Tuck & Candle Mat


Today I feel very blessed to have this time to share my love of crafting, along with some new projects and tips that I have learned while traveling. I hope you enjoy today’s projects and their inspiration. Sit back and relax and take it all in!

Dream Big By Lisa Nazario-Gregory

I have been teaching Mixed Media workshops at Scrapbook Expo’s conventions. The passion for mixed media is very strong in our crafting industry. Today I want to share this beautiful layout that uses some textures, embossing powder, spray mists, texture paste, and more.

Dream Big

Lisa has added some rolled roses with a touch of silver on the edges to give her layout some dimension. And what a gorgeous combination of colors! This certainly could be a beautiful masterpiece to hang on your wall. Click here and I will take you over to What A Beautiful Mess. Lisa will fill your mind with so much inspiration! You won’t want to miss more of her outstanding projects.

Misfits By Lynne Forsythe

What do you do with your leftovers that don’t make it onto your creations?  Lynne shares this fabulous card with us that she created by using up her leftover supplies. Look at all the fun things she has added to this card. What a treasure that she can give to a special someone in her life.

Left Overs

Don’t put away your leftovers away – keep them out and take a few extra minutes to create a card. You will be so surprised how fast your card collection will build up. I highly recommend stopping by and spending some creative time with Lynne. Be sure to visit her blog The Next Best Thing – you are sure to be inspired!

Thinking of You By Georgeann Manning

Put your embossing folders to work!  Georgeann inked her embossing folder so that only the recessed portion would be inked. After running a piece of cardstock through, it made her trees really pop.

Thinking Of You

This card made me want to pull out my embossing folders and get creating!  What a perfect card to let someone know how special they are to you. Let’s pop on over to Stampin’ Everything where you can get a complete list of supplies to create your personal card. A special thank you to Georgeann for sharing her fabulous card.

Pillow Tucks and Candle Mats By Hilary Kanwischer

This adorable pillow tuck and candle mat were created using some Fall dies by Tim Holtz. This fun little pillow has an applique pumpkin in the middle using the Jack-o-Lanterns Bigz die by Tim Holtz with hand written and stitched wording beneath.

Pillow Tuck & Candle Mat

The fun candle mat has applique using the  Pumpkin Parts Bigz die in the middle with some stitchery by Primitive-Stitches.

Pillow Tucks

Are you ready to give these a try?  I know you’re going to want to make several of these little treasures so hop on over to Hilary Scraps where Hilary will give you step-by-step instructions how to create these adorable items. Have fun creating your own!

Kit Kat Brownies By Shinee

Here is the perfect combination of ingredients to make the yummiest brownies ever! After you make these brownies you will consider yourself a gourmet cook. These brownies are fabulous and everyone will rave about them!

KitKat Brownies

This is by far the most requested brownie recipe ever. Who would have ever thought to put Kit Kats into brownies?  Click here so I can take you over to the Sweet & Savory blog where you can print out the recipe. You may want to have a few extra copies on hand as I know you will be asked for this recipe.

Once again, thank you for taking time out of your Saturday to be with me. I hope you have been filled with inspiration and will leap into those projects you want to create! Have a wonderful week and I will see you back next Saturday with more fun projects.

1 thoughts on “Saturdays With LeAnn

  1. Marie Alkire says:

    Had a great time in your mixed media class. I loved all the techniques I was able to learn and bring him with me! It was great meeting both your sister and you. Glad you were to come to our table and have your picture taken in our Dr Seuss photo op. Thank you again for all you taught us.

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