Friday, May 29, 2015

Hopping With Stampendous and Linnie Bloom

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At Linnie Blooms you’re going to find oodles of fun projects to really take your mixed media in a new direction.  Stampendous met this new company at CHA in January, and we immediately had heaps of ideas for using her clever products. What a new dimension to journals, canvases, books, scrapbook pages!  We know you’re going to love seeing the inspiration from this week’s hop!
Plus there are prizes!! Three lucky winners will each win a set of Linnie Blooms Fabric Mini File Folders just like they provide for our team. Plus, you’ll receive a Dreamweaver Stencil background, and our Vintage Press Perfectly Clear Stamps™ Set. You’ll be creating Mixed Media fabric accents in no time!  These winners have to have a U.S. mailing address (official rules here), but Aussie Fans – good news! The Stencil Specialists are sponsoring one Australian prize for this collaboration! You could win a Stampendous stamp, an LL sized Dreamweaver Stencil of your choice, a silicone buttons mould, and a Stampendous Embossing Powder (your color choice)… Wow!! Be sure to let us know you’re from Australia in your comments!!
Here is how my file folder was made-
1.  Spray the file folder with Memories Mists Blueberry Shake and let dry.
2.  Use the LX7028 I Beams stencil and Dreamweaver Stencils Embossing Paste and stencil in the corners, let dry.
3.  Stamp flowers from the Build A Bouquet Set onto painted paper that was made using the Creative Palette Rectangles and cut out using the matching Build A Bouquet Die Set.
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4.  Glue the pieces to the front of the file folder with Fabri-Tac glue
5.  Stamp "Spring" from the Happy Greetings Perfectly Clear Set with Denim Adirondack ink and glue to the tab area.
6.  Tie with ribbon.
Jamie Martin (that's me)

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18 comments:

Stampendous said...

Jamie, this turned out so lovely! The mist turned the canvas into denim-like fabric and those flowers and butterfly on monoprint paper is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing your project with us today!

Lyn Bernatovich said...

Lovin' this little canvas project. There's something so textural between canvas, stamped images and stenciling!

CrisyNoe said...

Love the background!! And these stamps are very beautiful!! Thanks for hopping with us!! Noe (Linnie Blooms DT)

barbara macaskill said...

LOVE this!! Simple yet oh, so stunning! The stenciling is awesome and love the stitching also!!! I am really liking the canvas mini file folders so much!!! Can't wait to get a few to decorate!!! TFS!

Pammejo said...

Stunning!!! Just love all the stenciling and the denim feel you created.

D.Ann said...

Sweet! Love the layers and textures!

BurningRubber said...

This is so pretty! I love the textures. What did you use behind your flowers? I detect a sparkly gauzy effect.

Mary Holshouser said...

The flowers and butterfly really pop off the cover of the file folder. The brick pattern is so pretty and I love the grey tone.
thanks for sharing a wonderful project.

cghundley said...

Oh pretty and I love
all those colorful
flowers on it!
Carla from Utah

Linda Barutha said...

This project turned out beautiful! Thanks for hopping with us!

Pam Hornschu said...

Yummy! I'd love to see the inside as well! The bits of the I Beams are very cool.

Sue D said...

very pretty. I like the colors and texture.
Sue in Ohio

Kristine Reynolds said...

simply perfect!

Jean said...

So very pretty!

bynancy said...

Really nice project. You are really getting out of your comfort zone lately.

Louise said...

This is so sweet Jamie! Love how you did the I beam stencil!

Jan Garber said...

What a terrific company to join forces with! Love the gorgeous project and that stamp/die set is one of my favorites! I need to add that to my scrap stash!

Carol McCready said...

Gorgeous project. Love that stamp set.