Dreamweaver Thursday: BLOOMIN' with Linnie Blooms Part One

If you've been following along with the Stampendous team this week, then you know we've been having a great time playing with Linnie Blooms, a new product line introduced at CHA in January. So many fun products to decorate and to decorate with. Mixed with Stampendous and Dreamweaver products, the sky is the limit...or at least the canvas.

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, 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's what I've created for this fun hop:


This canvas folder from Linnie Blooms was created to be a travel doodling kit. The inside was painted with black acrylic paint, and when dry, was stamped with the Stampendous Cling Seed Background and white ink, and the Dreamnweaver Corner Flowers stencil, also inked in white.
The outside were painted and inked in soft pink. The back was stamped in Onyx Versafine using the Cling Cosmos image. The front was paste-embossed in Matte Black with the Dreamweaver Bird on a Branch. When dry, ink and mica powder was brushed over the surface. The Stampendous Cling Hope Sings sentiment was stamped onyx ink, and all of the edges inside and out were distressed with ink. On the inside, a small slit was cut to insert a small pad of paper. On the outside, ribbon was added along with some little buttons, and a closure was  created by sewing a large heart-shaped button on the tab of the folder, allowing the front cover's edge to tuck underneath.

Are you bloomin' ready to check out the players for today? Here's the link list for the Linnie Blooms hop:




Here's the links for the Dreamweaver Thursday posters:




Comments

Cindy Groh said…
Beautiful little book/keepsake. Those folders are versatile.
Linda Barutha said…
LOVE this grunged up look!! So awesome! Thanks for joining us in the blog hop!
Love the black and silver! Great notebook.
I can never have too many doodling journals! Great idea.
Ann (Linnie Blooms DT)
wendyp said…
The button closure is brilliant! I was trying to figure out what I could use to keep my book closed and ended up just giving up, lol! Amazing project, Pam!
CrisyNoe said…
So pretty!! Love the cover!! Thanks for hopping with us! Hugs xxx Noe (Linnie Blooms DT).
mayoori jain said…
This is simply gorgeous. very pleasing.
Mayoori LB
cghundley said…
Love it! Great
idea with the
paper pad inside.
Lovely coloring.
Carla from Utah
Sue D said…
Beautiful doodle pad and I like the heart closure.
Sue in Ohio
D.Ann said…
Sooo gorgeous and, once again, I LOVE that button closure!!
Mary Holshouser said…
Love these albums. You can have so much fun embellishing the covers.
Thanks for sharing a wonderful piece.
BurningRubber said…
This is such a great idea! Adding a small pad of paper and making this a doodle book is perfect use for this. I also love your closure.
This saying is one of my favorites!! LOVE your beautiful handiwork on this and am definitely going to be making a few of these! TFS!
Liz Lumsden said…
What a unique journal! It would be a pleasure to use...
Lyn Bernatovich said…
Such a clever idea Pam! I love the colors and the added notepad. The buttons and heart trims are sweet little embellishments.
Pam Beatty said…
I love all of the layers to this piece.
Jean said…
So pretty! What a wonderful journal!

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