Gecko Galz

Gecko Galz

Wednesday, August 29, 2012


Hi everyone!

Well as you know I love working with Gecko Galz products and would like to invite all of you over to check out their new items as well as begin following them on their social networks because they are giving everyone who follows them a FREE set of digital stamps....pretty cool. So here is the scoop for all of you as well as all the links. Have fun and dont forget in October Gecko Galz will be doing their annual blog hop where you will get FREE collage sheets and a chance to win a great prize!

Gecko Galz has gone
We now have a great blog you can follow as well as being on Pinterest, facebook, and
twitter. We have gret new products including
mini paper packs and soon to have ribbons, fibers
and findings all things that will be exclusives to our Etsy store. Check them all out at the links below.
But wait there is More!


(just follow us on our social networks and email us
with your name and name on the network and we will send you
the exclusive set for FREE)
Conect with us on the following


And then email us at

Thank you for following us!

Gecko Galz
Hope everyone has a happy scrappy day!

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Everything Plus The Kitchen Sink

Hello Everyone!

Well I am about to start my last day of the American Sewing Guild National confrence in Houston Texas and it has been a fun few days, I have met an erray of wonderful talented people and everyone has been incredibly taken with my products. But I thought I would pop into my blog and share with you a new project I finished. As you all know I love thinking outside the box when it comes to working on new projects. My favorite thing to do is to wander around Hobby Lobby and Micheals in the diffrent areas and find new ways to use scrapbooking supplies. Well about a week ago I found myself standing in the kitchen section of my local dollar store and got to thinking what can I do with everyday cooking items....hmmmm......and then I saw it! Before me was a silver cookie sheet and eureaka the cookie sheet message board was born.
So I took my $1 cookie sheet and some wonderful alcohol ink (as you all know I love me some alcohol ink) and covered the front with ink. Then I used papers from my stash and a bit of ephemera from Gecko Galz and the board was born. I was so pleased with the outcome that I have decided to include this as part of the Huge Christmas Class extravaganza at Stamp Antonio Arts in November....oh and if I have not told you about this little venture, every year we do a big christmas workshop day at Stamp Antonio Arts in San Antonio and this year each hour for 7 hours students will get to make an exciting little project tht they can give as gifts ....or keep. And this will be one of the projects we will be doing.
Now fear not if you cannot make this for what we plan to do is on the Gecko Galz Website starting in September we will be doing our 12 gifts of Christmas where we will each week for 12 weeks be doing a FREE project idea for you to make and give or keep so this one will be done in November. But if you can make it please come it is alot of fun and everyone gets a Christmas gift just for coming and cool doorprizes and of course all the products to make the items.
Also I wanted to give a shout out to an amazing online store called Nona Designs Art Supplies...they are a Altered Artist dream store and have the alcohol inks in individual bottles as well as Tim Holtz and Ranger products super cheap...they are our shop of the month and I invite everyone to go check the out at the link below! I hope you all enjoy my littl project and as always please feel free to leave a comment!
Happy Crafting


Cookie Sheet Message Board
Leanne Seed

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Friday, August 17, 2012

New Altered Fairy Jars

Hi Everyone!

Okay so to say I went a little crazy doing these is a bit of an understatement, I love doing them! But I will say this it is like building a ship in a bottle so there are time when I am not so nice with the language when a fairy plops over face down in a puddle of glue lol!  But in any case I wanted to share my lattest endevors with you...please enjoy them.


Autumn Wishes Fairy Jar
Leanne Seed

Whimsical Dreams Altered Fairy Jar
Leanne Seed

Winter Wishes Altered Fairy Jar
Leanne Seed

I Do Believe Altered Fairy Jar
Leanne Seed

Magic Happens Altered Fairy Jar
Leanne Seed

Enchanted Altered Fairy Jar
Leanne Seed

Have a Fairy Merry Day

Monday, August 13, 2012

Little Pixie Jar

Hi Everyone!

Well I am gearing up for my super Christmas Class in November at Stamp Antonio in San Antonio, every year we do an all day event where we make a diffrent gift item to give at christmas every hour. I thought it would be fun to share my projects with all of you, so even if you cannot attend the event you can see what we will be doing!
 The first project we will be doing is a little fairy jar, I was inspired by the art work by altered art artist Vintage Gypsy and wanted to try my hand at creating my own jar. I think the thing that made me most excited about this is that the look and feel of the jars reminded me of Lady Cottington fairies.  So now I am addicted to making these and have plans to do a mermaid bottle next! Thank you for visiting my blog and happy scrapping!

Leanne Seed

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Come Join Me At The ASG National Confrence

Hi Everyone!

I am very excited to let everyone know that I will be set up and selling my work at The American Sewing Guilds National Confrence August 16th thru the 19th in Houston Texas. I have not only my hand made journals and domino jewlery but I will also have my new works the mini canvas pendents as well as my art prints. I hope some of you can stop by and vistit us here is all the information.

August 16-19 2012
The Hilton Americas Houston Texas
Laneir Ballroom G-L

Thursday 7pm-9:30pm
Friday 1pm-6pm
Saturday 1pm-7pm
Sunday 11am-5pm

I will be set up with my three good friends Cat woody an amazing soft sculpture doll artist
Stephanie Jones an amazing jewlery artist
and Kristin Rhodes another incredible paper artist

Here are my latest works the mini canvas necklaces

I will also be holding a raffle to win a FREE piece of original art so please stop by and check everything out!

For more information just push the link below

Hope everyone is staying cool and safe this summer
have a great day
Lee Anne

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Inspirations from Third Coast

Hello Everyone!

Well as everyone knows I am now designing stamps for THIRD COAST STAMPS and I thought it might be fun to share some incredible designs I came across using my stamp images by other talented card makers. Also this month Third Coast Stamps is my Shop spotlight so if you are really into rubber stamps please go check them out at .  And also they are gearing up to release the new Halloween stamps by moi so keep an eye out for that (I will give you guys a little sneak peek of some of the images just to see if you get inspired.
So sit back and enjoy the beautiful creations below!

Leigh S-B
Summer Pixie LS-007-R and Summer Wishes (WS-197-G).

Leigh S-B
Springs Muse
Spring's Muse (LS-010-V)

Danielle Steel
Spring Pixie


Leigh S-B
Ice Nymph

Third Coast has amazing challenges on their challenge blog site you can check it out at

And as promised here is sneak preview of a few of the stamp designs I have done for halloween (I will keep you up to date when the new stamps are out)

I definatly will let everyone know when the stamps are available. Have a happy Scrappy Day!

Friday, August 3, 2012

Domino Pendent fun

Hi everyone!

I am finally back on the mend again and am in a crunch getting ready for the American Sewing Guilds Annual confrence (it is going to be held here in Houston August 16-19) I along with 4 other friends will have a booth in the vendor hall and I will be selling my composition book journals and some fun new jewlery pieces I have been working on. I am doing tonz of Domino pendents (guess you could say I am obsessed with them, lol) and I thought it would be fun to show you some of the ones I have been doing and also give you all a few images to play with and possibly create your own pendents.


For this domino pendent I alcohol inked the domino then found this amazing metal piece at Micheals and added the blue bling. My friend Cat Woody created the naecklace and earings.


For this one I was given a vintage set of dominos and using Staz on ink I stamped the domino then went out to local antique shops and flea markets and found some fun watch parts that I used to create the collage top.


For this Necklace I used a vintage image I got from Gecko Galz and cut it out then layered it onto the domino after I alcohol inked it with butterscotch. And then my friend Cat created the Necklace and earrings.


Again for this piece I alcohol inked the domino using Eggplant and wild plum then I took a cool finding I got in the jewlery section of Hobby Lobby and using my pliers bent the piece around one side of the domino and attached using E600.


For this one I found these great sea shell beads at Micheals and I alcohol inked the domino using Pool and Lettuce then using Staz On I stamped the mermaid then painted her using Smooch inks. Now to seal you will want to use spray seal that you can get in the paint area of your local hobby store.


For this one again I used Alcohol ink to paint the domino using Sailboat and citrus then I found a cute temporary tattoo of a permaid that I placed on the top so it looks as if she is surrounded by bubbles.


I started by painting the domino with Radiant Rain ink which gives it a wonderful frosted look then I stamped a border stamp along the left side using Staz On ink then I did the work believe on the right side.


This domino was alot of fun I took multiple alcohol ink colors and dripped them onto the domino and let them sit for about 30 seconds before you use your blending tool this will create a great color blocking look. Then I stamped a daisy background  stamp using Staz On Ink.


For this one I did the same as above using red and butterscotch alcohol inks then stamped it with a great art deco lady stamp and Staz On.


I painted this one using Pesto Alcohol Ink then I found a great purple Staz On Ink color to stamp the asian lady. remember you can use pieces  of larger stamps to create fun unique domino pendents.

Now for some fun little images for you to play with in making your domino pendents...just remember have fun and the sky is the limit on what you can do with your necklaces. You can check out more of my work in my Etsy store on line!
Also find me on Pinterest for more fun works!


Have a happy Scrappy Weekend