Saturdays With LeAnn

Winter Paper Wreath

Welcome back to Weekly Scrapper!  I am so honored to have the opportunity to share some fun projects with you today.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I have enjoyed gathering them to share.  Christmas projects are always one of my favorite things to create.  We all have traditions to enjoy along with gifts we love to give to family and friends.  I hope today you will be inspired by these fun projects as we are heading into preparing for the holidays.  Enjoy your time doing some Christmas crafting!

The Magic Of Christmas By Emma Williams

Do you still have cards to create for the holidays?  No problem, Emma will come to your rescue by sharing her beautiful card “The Magic of Christmas.”  Emma thought that this fun stamp set from Stampers Anonymous, combined with the plaid stencil, was the perfect combination to create a really special card to send out for Christmas!  Emma shares step-by-step instructions, along with all the product you will need to recreate this festive Christmas card.

The Magic Of Christmas

Who wouldn’t love to receive this fabulous card? It’s just like receiving a hug in the mail!  You still have plenty of time to get these made and mailed out.  Whew, one more thing to check off your list!  Come with me over to That’s Life where you will see how Emma combined the distress inks, marker pens, and oxide inks to create the artwork and background for this outstanding card.  You might want to take some extra time and look at more of her amazing projects.  You will be so inspired by Emma as she adds a few of her handmade touches to her work.  You can take your cards from pretty to “wow” in no time!

Sending Warm & Fuzzy By Kimberly VanDiepen

Now is the time for the holiday spirit to hit full speed!  This card will give you another idea to add to your list.  This fun magical Christmas card will really inspire you to break out some of your die cuts and stamps.  What’s fun in making this card is all of the layers, the textured embossed vellum, and using the textured embossing folders.  Such a darling card, and you will love has quickly this card comes together.

Sending Warm & Fuzzy

This festive card, with all its beautiful details, will be made with so much love.  Whether your cards are simple or detailed, you can have a lot of fun creating cards for the holidays.  Add some of your favorite embellishments and beautiful papers and don’t forget to include a sweet sentiment.  Sharing your talent with the special people in your life can be such a treasured gift!

Winter Paper Wreath By Lia Griffith

This is a simple do-it-yourself wreath that anyone can make at home.  I just love the classic white theme for a beautiful wintertime wreath.  Add some more interest to your wreath by adding various shades of white, cream, and even some gold to give your wreath some depth.   Customize your own wreath with any color scheme you would like, or just stick to the neutral color.  You can’t go wrong with whatever colors you choose.  This can also be a great home decor accent for any time of the year.

Winter Paper Wreath

This is a fun project that you will be able to complete in just a couple of hours.  You will be able to squeeze this project into your busy schedule.  Let me escort you over to Lia Griffith to receive her step-by-step instructions on how to create this beautiful piece of art.  Have fun creating one for your home!

Cranberry Pistachio Lasagna By Vera Zecevic

This yummy Cranberry Pistachio Lasagna is the ULTIMATE holiday dessert!  It is an easy, no-bake dessert that is perfect for your Christmas gathering!  It looks so festive but tastes delicious, too.  Make it ahead so when the last minute rush hits, you will be ready and have your dessert all prepared.

Cranberry Pistachio Lasagna

With the holidays approaching us quickly, don’t miss the chance to put a big smile on the faces of the ones you love just by making this delicious Cranberry Pistachio Lasagna.  It will be such a hit at your Christmas dinner.  Visit Vera Zecevic at Oh My Goodness Chocolate Desserts to get the recipe and ingredients.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and that you get some time for a little creative fun!  I appreciate you visiting on your busy weekend and hope you will have a great week ahead.  Most of all, remember to take the time to enjoy this special time of year.  See you back next Saturday with some more fun projects.