Hello everyone, and welcome back! You are sure to “fall” in love with this week’s round of wonderful fall project tutorials. The inspiration from different designers will certainly inspire you to start your festive projects. Are you ready for some serious autumn inspiration? Let’s get started!
Autumn Days By Anna-Karin Evaldsson
Anna-Karin shares a fabulous fall layout featuring Eileen Hull dies and Textured Impressions folders. This fun, seasonal layout combines color, texture, and all things autumn to accent these adorable photos. You can never have too many fall layouts!
I love the way that Anna-Karin used embossed sheets of paper for her background that were created by using several embossing folders. Using Paper Artsy Infusions Anna-Karin sprinkled a tiny bit of pigment powder on the paper and misted heavily with water. Don’t you just love her artistic background? This is certainly a piece of art that you won’t want to miss out on. For the complete step-by-step tutorial, click here and I would be honored to escort you over to Layers Of Ink so you can follow along as Anna-Karin shares some great tips and techniques.
So Very Grateful By Kay Miller
Don’t you just smell fall in the air? People are craving everything pumpkin, and I am feeling the need to make fall cards. It is the perfect time to get started as orange, brown, and golds are on the shelves at the store. As I have mentioned before, autumn is my favorite time of the year and fall cards are certainly one of my favorite themes to make. I just love the rich, beautiful colors!
What a fabulous card! It looks amazing with the watercolored bits inside the leaf frame, and the clean look of beautiful colors. Kay used the Oak Leaf die and was very creative with how she used it. You really need to visit My Joyful Moments where you will learn different techniques that make card making even more fun. Kay has addicting techniques that you will want to give a try. Be sure to check out more of her fabulous projects.
Corrugated Pumpkin Tags By Melissa Phillips
Celebrate fall with these cute Corrugated Pumpkin Tags. With Thanksgiving less then two weeks away, this fun and easy craft project is a great way to add to your Thanksgiving table. Wouldn’t it be fun to surprise your guest by adding a tag at each table setting? Step it up a notch and tie it to a small simple gift for your guests.
Don’t you just love the texture and personality that the corrugated cardstock gives to projects? I am sure you have some corrugated paper in your stash so now is a great time to give it new life. Stamping and die cutting creates a whole new world. I really encourage you to try a variety of different stamp sets and dies with corrugated cardstock. Your projects will be priceless! Let me have the honor to escort you over to Lilie Bean Paperie where you will find each step to making these adorable tags. Melissa is absolutely one very talented lady and you won’t want to miss out on her fun projects.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake by Karina Carrel
This delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake is a sure way to please a crowd. The combination of chocolate and peanut butter is appealing to so many people. If you are a chocolate-peanut butter lover, then this cheesecake is for you!
This recipe will taste as good as it looks and everyone will love it! Grab your pencil and paper because this is one recipe you don’t want to skip over. Let’s pop on over to Cafe Delites where you will find the ingredients and directions on how to make this incredible dessert! Your family and friends will be asking for seconds. A big thank you goes out to Karina for sharing this delicious dessert. Enjoy!
I hope you enjoyed today’s post and have been inspired to give these charming projects a try. For additional information on any of these fabulous projects be sure to stop by the individual blogs. I have supplied links so you can click them out and you will find all the information that you need to start creating. I look forward to having you return next Saturday. Happy fall, my friends!
3 thoughts on “Saturdays With LeAnn”
I love Echo Park Paper for scrapbooking and the extras are great for tags.
Love, Love, Love Echo Park Paper. Such cute designs.
LeAnn it was great seeing you at the expo. I was volunteering and next thing you know it was 4 PM. I had a terrific time and of course shopped my heart out. Time came too fast and didn’t get to chat with you. Happy Thanksgiving and see you next year. Love your projects!! Thank you for sharing. Beata.
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