Here is some GREAT information for you Kristine! I plan on using some of these tips myself!
Hi Kristine, Find a shade of shoe polish that matches your furniture. First, apply the shoe polish to the scratches with a clean cloth or a cotton-swab applicator. Then rub the shoe polish into the leather and, with a clean cloth, rub the scratch quickly to buff it.
Kristine: I love "Leather CPR"
There are so many shades of permanent markers sold at craft/art stores now that you will probably find a color that is a close match. If you do, then apply the color in small batches, making sure that you buff the spot after applying the color so it blends with the surrounding color.
We fixed our scratched sofa and recliner. You cannot see it ever had scratches, even if you knew it was there. Here is the tutorial: