Monday, May 25, 2015

Stampendous and Linnie Blooms Blog Hop


What a great way to start off a blog hop -- Memorial Day!

The Design Teams of Stampendous and Linnie Blooms have traded product and are ready to show you their creations!  Here's the link and schedule of postings.  Please show them your love by leaving them a comment!  Commenter's on the Linnie Blooms' Design Team blogs will be entered into a drawing at the end of the week!

Our Designers Links:

Ann Strecko Koeman

Gail Green

Karen Sessions

Mayoori Jain

Noelia Inglesis Gonzalez

And here are the links to the Stampendous Blog Hoppers:


At the end of the blog hop, Linnie Blooms will be giving away a FREE All New DIY Home Decor Kit!  So be sure to leave a comment on our Designer's blog to be entered to win!


Friday, May 22, 2015

Flowers and Blooms

Hello!  Ann from the LB Design Team and the blog AnnMakes with a blooming show n' tell!  I just can't get enough flowers in my life.  I grow them, I plant them and I even craft them.  No wonder I love using Linnie Bloom products so much!

I love being outside in the summer time and using our pool.  Right now it is still a bit too cool for a swim but it is still nice place to sit and do some drawing.  Here is a shot of my latest art journal page that was inspired by some of the flowers we set out by our pool.


I am working in a Canson Mix Media 7 x 10, 9olb journal.
I used The Flowers and Blooms Stencil and masks set from Linnie Blooms and the Petal Flower in canvas, also from Linnie Blooms (both available here).  The background is painted with Colourarte Watercolour paint in Vanilla.  The inks used in the flowers are old ink pads I had.(Color Box).  I made the black outlines with Micron Pigma pens from Sakura.

This is a picture of just the journal page.


I really enjoy using these stencils and masks in my art journals as they are the perfect size, they are durable, easy to clean, and come packaged in a ziplock bag.  Making these the perfect travelling artist supply!

For more ideas, please visit my blog.  Thank you for stopping by.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

"Lovely Princess" 12x12 Canvas Scrapbook Page

Hi All! It's Rochelle here today to share with you this 12x12 Layout I created on a Linnie Blooms 12x12 Canvas Scrapbook Page.  I love creating scrapbook layouts, it's what I create most of the time.  Being able to create a layout on a 12x12 canvas is not only innovative, it's also super fun!!   

Here's my layout:

Here's the 12x12 canvas before I started to create the layout:
The canvas comes already stitched, lined with recycled paper.  So it's very durable! :)

I used a Tim Holtz stencil with textured (white) paint to create the sun rays:

After adding 3 different Heidi Swapp color sprays to create the background, I chose a few different pieces os patterned paper and layered them.  I love using the Linnie Blooms Mesh.  I added it into my layers and just love how it came out!   

 I used the Linnie Blooms Canvas Petal Flowers and the Linnie Blooms Leaves to create this flower.
 

I used the same Heidi Swapp color sprays that I used for the background to color the flower. I scrunched up one petal flower and layered it onto another one and added a small piece of the mess for the center.

Lastly, I added my embellishments and I was done! :)

If you haven't tried creating on a 12x12  Canvas Scrapbook Page, you need to try it!!! :)  

You can purchase the12x12 Canvas on the Linnie Blooms website HERE.

Thanks for stopping by the Linnie Blooms Blog!! 


Monday, May 18, 2015

mixed media 5*11 canvas

Hi And welcome to Linnie Blooms

Today I am sharing 5*11 canvas  which i  made for my friends marriage anniversary.


Here are few closeups
 


Here is some pictures to show the process

  1. first step is to decoupage some paper of your choice. I wanted to give it some vintage look .so i used these paper from PRIMA time traveller collection.
  2. then add some dimension by stenciling the left over sides, and adding dry wall tape and stamping.
  3. add some more thin strips of torn paper, and  stamps.
  4. i then colored the cheese cloth with maroon inkpad, and sprinkle red , black and white acrylic paint on the canvas.
  5. then add all the embellies of your choice. I added lots of twigs collected from my garden , added little Eiffel tower for Vintage touch.flowers etc
  6. finally added the words in the center.
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Hope you will like it. Please do give your feed back.
Please visit 
linnieblooms -5x11-long-blank-canvas  for the product detail

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Packaging: Gift Bag

Hi everyone!!

Here Noe with new projecto for Linnie Blooms Blog!!

Something to give and want you an original packaging? Use Linnie Blooms Godies to make that gift an special gift. Look!! It´s really cute!!


To make this cute gift bag I used next Linnie Blooms godies:


To make this beautiful flower first, dye canvas petal flower with your inks or gelatos and next
follow THIS tutorial and THIS.


Finally, make two holes and passes through them the Shabyy Trim.doing a pretty bow. Decorate one small pin with washi tape and... Ready to give away!!

Hop on over to the Linnie Blooms  website to check out all of these great products AND like Linnie Blooms on Facebook for more inspiration!

Have a Great Day!!

Altered Clip Board

Welcome to the Linnie Blooms Blog.  I'm Karen and today I am sharing a Altered Clip Board. I wanted to create something beyond my usual paper crafting and thanks to a conversation with my sister, Janet, the embellished clip board was born.  She needed a quick thank you gift for her breast feeding consultant who helped her with her newborn. The finished clip board is pretty and feminine, as well as, a useful and practical gift.

Supplies:
Linnie Blooms Canvas Bookmark, Linnie Bloom Hand-dyed Trim, fabric scraps, watercolor paints, water brush, Stickles glitter glue, K&Co wooden embellishment, tulle, twine, ribbon, clip board

Directions:
1. Paint the canvas bookmark with watercolor paints stopping just at the edge of the stitching.  Then iron the bookmark between two sheets of copy paper to speed up the drying time and help it to lay flat.  Apply a thin layer of glitter glue over the paint to give it a subtle twinkle. When dry, paint the wooden embellishment and adhere it to the canvas bookmark.

2. To assemble a fabric Yo Y, cut a circle of fabric 4 inch in diameter. Hand sew a row of basting stitches along the edge of the circle.  Next, tighten the thread to gather the fabric forming a little pouch and flatten.  Secure stitches by knotting off and clipping the threads.

3.  Attach a ribbon rose to the center of the Yo Yo.  Lastly, cut four 3 inch circles of tulle fabric.  Fold each circle in half twice and baste them together to form a layered  circle.  Glue the folded tulle layers under the Yo Yo flower to give it more texture and dimension.

4. Next, attach the canvas bookmark along the top metal clip and embellish with a ribbon bow.  Finally, glue the finished flower to the top of the clipboard.  If desired, use a piece of jute or twine 18 inches long to secure a pen to the clipboard.







Monday, May 11, 2015

Ballerina Treat Bag

Hi Bloomers,

Hope you've been loving all of the creations from the design team. Did you see the blog hop? some real yummie fun things were created and Linnie Blooms has another blog hop coming up soon (stay tuned for more details).

Today my creation came from using the treat bag  1 per pack ($3.49) , I love planning parties and giving everyone party gifts and these bags are perfect for doing so.  You can use them to make all sorts of things to create for your event or put together for your theme.

I wanted to make something fun and I used the Full Canvas Tree (upside down) and I used the Blue and Peach colored trims and the Treat Bag.


I punched holes into the sides of the bag using my cropadile, very easy holding both sides together (you could add eyelets to keep the circles strong).  I added the Blue Trim to the handle with other misc. ribbons.
I used the full canvas tree upside down  and allowed it to curl so. it would give a look  for my tutu.

 I added some texture, stickles  and  thread to the tutu. 

   I added fabri-tac to attach the tutu to the treat bag
     

Remember these fun bags for your next party-Holidays, Trick or Treat

Have Fun

Thanks,

Trish