Saturdays With LeAnn

Happy Easter

Are you getting spring fever?  I know I sure am!  I have loved seeing all of the tulips and daffodils poking their heads up through the dirt.  It makes me so happy to know that we are heading into some warmer weather.  With spring on its way, it is also a reminder that Easter is just around the corner.  Pretty pastel colors and flowers bring to my mind spring and Easter.  So with that said, I am sure you are ready for some beautiful spring-themed projects.  I hope you will be inspired by these fun projects today.

Love By Missy Whidden

Texture and dimension add so much to a layout, card, or mixed media project. We often hear the term “papercrafting” and that is because we know the opportunities with paper are so much more than just on the page.  Missy has definitely demonstrated this in her wonderful layout.  When creating a layout, choose a focal point on your page and then create embellishments that will continue to tell the story from that point.  Your mixed media background will add character and beauty to your page as well.  It is amazing how well this will work for you.


You can see on this very lovely layout all kinds of beautiful elements.  There are some splatters on the background that give a nice contrast to the layout.  Using the words “Hello Love” tells so much about the photo.  I can honestly say that this is certainly an eye catcher and is very well done.  Let’s pop on over to Missy’s blog Little Nugget’s Creations where you will enjoy Missy’s beautiful projects.  You will certainly leave her blog feeling very inspired.

Happy Easter By Selma Stevenson

Easter is just around the corner and it’s time to start planning on getting your Easter cards made.  Today’s inspiration is from a very talented lady, Selma Stevenson.  This beautiful Easter card is so charming, you can just feel the love that was put into it.  A homemade card is such a beautiful way of sharing your talent and spreading some sunshine to a friend or family member.

Happy Easter

Selma used several different die cuts to create her card.  It is a perfect time to pull out your die cuts and markers and begin to create.  You will love all the fun dies from Elizabeth Craft Design.  Easter cards are always fun to create and bring such a spring feeling.  Selma’s creativity is amazing!  You will love all of the combinations and colors that she uses on her projects, so click here and I will take you over to Selma’s Stamping Corner.  You will be impressed with her wonderful talent and fabulous creations.

Place Setting By Lia Griffith

Easter is a great time to celebrate with family and friends.  Set the right tone for your Easter gathering by making your table beautiful and inviting.  If only the Easter bunny took care of the table setting, right?  Stop hopping around from store to store for table decorations because now you can create your own beautiful table setting.  This will be a great addition to your holiday decor.

Place Setting

This table setting has a look that feels fresh and has monochromatic green tones.  Adding some woodsy elements will give the Easter table a rustic look.  To finish the table setting, add a fun bird’s nest out of paper.  It is a simple project that can be great for your Easter theme.  How fun to have your children/grandchildren craft with you to make your bird’s nest.  Are you wondering how to make these creative nests?  For a full tutorial and step-by-step instructions click here.  To see more of this table setting decor, visit Lia Griffith’s blog.  You will find many wonderful projects to create.

Pink Lemonade Cheesecake Parfaits By Chrisy Homemade Hooplah

Pink lemonade is no longer just a drink, but is a full-blown cheesecake treat that you will love!  Take a pink lemonade cheesecake mix with a graham cracker crust and garnish it with pink whipped cream and you will have your family wanting to have seconds and even thirds.  Pink Lemonade Cheesecake Parfaits are the perfect party treat for any occasion and for all seasons.  These are super easy to make and are absolutely scrumptious!

Pink Lemonade Cheesecake Parfaits

First and foremost, it is important to know that this is a no-bake dessert, so there is no need to preheat the oven or worry about when to serve the hot dessert before it starts to gets cold.  Just pull these out of the refrigerator and they are ready to serve.  So are you ready to write down this easy recipe?  Click here and I will take you right over to the recipe and a list of all the ingredients you’ll need to get started making some for your family and friends.  Enjoy every bite!

I have talked a lot about Easter, but I promise I haven’t forgotten St. Patrick’s Day.  I hope you are wearing your green and that you have fun celebrating!  I’m looking forward to you returning next Saturday.  Have a great weekend and a fabulous week ahead!

Sending hugs your way,


6 thoughts on “Saturdays With LeAnn

  1. auntie em says:

    Thank you for sharing all the beautiful spring inspiration! The cheesecake and table setting are gorgeous. What a pretty way to start off the season.
    Sweet little bunny card. The little fellow tucked in under the pretty bouquet is perfect for Easter.
    My favourite of the day is that gorgeous LO. Even with all the stuff going on in the background, that photo pops out at you like the star it is. Now that is how a page should be done. I really don’t like having to hunt around or even get distracted by unrelated stuff on a page. That photo should be what it is all about! 🙂

  2. Angie says:

    The dessert looks delicious! I love sweets.
    All the non-edible ideas are very cute.
    Thanks for sharing.

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