Tag Archives: LeAnn Ostergaard

Tip of the Day: Letterpress Technique from Stamp & Scrapbook Expo

The look of letterpress is so beautiful and is a great way to add style and interest to cards, layouts, and projects. But did you know you have the supplies on hand to quickly create your own letterpress look? LeAnn from Stamp & Scrapbook Expo is here to share how very easy it is to […]


Tip of the Day: Working with Busy and Bold Backgrounds from Stamp & Scrapbook Expo

LeAnn from the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo team is here to share her tips for working with pattern papers that have a dominant pattern. How often does it happen that you fall in love with a beautiful pattern paper with a big and bold background, but you get it home and are not sure how […]

Tip of the Day: Create Your Own Spray Mists from Stamp & Scrapbook Expo

Using spray mists adds such a beautiful look to projects and we’re so excited to have LeAnn from the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo team teach us how to create our own mists with very few supplies. Thanks, LeAnn, for your tip. You’ve made it fun and easy to expand our spray mist collections! #SSBE2017 #WeeklyScrapper […]

Tip of the Day: Creating Custom Cork Embellishments from Stamp & Scrapbook Expo

Today we have our very own LeAnn Ostergaard to share a great tip with us. You’ve been used to seeing LeAnn teaching workshops and greeting guests at the registration desk at our Stamp & Scrapbook Expos, but today we are happy to have her step in front of the camera to share a tip with […]

Tip of the Day: Creating a Weathered Look on Wood from Stamp & Scrapbook Expo

LeAnn from the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo team is here to share a tip about creating that popular weathered look on wood. Starting with a very plain piece of wood, LeAnn takes us step-by-step on how to turn any basic wood into a trendy, weathered piece, ready for your next project. Thanks, LeAnn, for sharing […]

Save Everything!

LeAnn shares a tip using the leftovers from some chipboard letters.  While I have a feeling most of us have a lot of stuff, this is a cute idea for using some of the leftovers from your last project. Thanks LeAnn, not only is that a cute trick, but a money-saving tip as well!