Monday, May 25, 2015

Bow Wow

Laura at Stampendous found a fun new company at the last CHA for the team to play with!

Linnie Blooms offers journals, canvases, books, scrapbook pages, and more.

The ladies of the Stampendous Design Team LOVE to get new goodies to play with and we are really excited to share out projects with you this week.  Make sure you come back on Friday for the Grand Finale "Hop"!

Today I have the beginning of my final project to share with you.
The team each received a Linnie Blooms Mini File Folder to play with and I am turning mine into a mini album.


Along with the Linnie Blooms Mini File Folder I used lots of great new Stampendous products.

The Tree is from the Pop up Forest Stamp Set and I used the matching Die Set to cut it out.  The adorable dog and bone is one of the images are from the Pop Up Puppies stamp set and I used the matching die set to cut it out.



The sentiment is from the Dog Sayings Perfectly Clear Stamp Set.


To create the background for all the pages in my album I started by painting a layer of Gesso on the page.


Then I spread Deco Art paints on my creative palette and pressed the page on the palette and let it dry.


I had some left over green material in my stash so I sewed it on the bottom of the pages to create "grass".


I am working on the rest of the album this week and can't wait to share the final project with you on Friday!

Thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

24 comments:

Emma Sims said...

A great make and fab blog - a new follow from me via the Stampendous Blog :)

Ann Strecko Koeman said...

I love what you did, it's like a mini art quilt! Beautiful job.

Paper Therapy Ponderings said...

this is going to be a great project - love how you incorporated the green fabric for the grass - clever idea

Barb Housner

Mary Holshouser said...

The dog is the best yorkie I've seen. Darling - looks like Bear.
The canvas is great. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to see the rest of the album.

barbara macaskill said...

OOOO! How cool is this?!?! LOVE the stamp and die sets that you are using and the canvas file folder is awesome!!! Can't wait to see the finished project! TFS!

Judy said...

I love the images and the sweet sentiment you used on this project. Thanks for sharing with us.

mayoori jain said...

this is simply amazing. Loved it.

Liz Lumsden said...

Super cute! I love the texture that fabric lends a project.

mayoori jain said...

this is simply amazing. Loved it.

Stampendous said...

This is fantastic! Absolutely love the scene you'be created and the mediums you used on the file folder. Thank you for sharing your project today for Linnie Blooms and our weekly theme! You rocked the combination!

Dee Ann Matthews said...

Terrfic lttle Scotty- nice to see the use of fabris.

D.Ann said...

What a fun piece and fab coloring! I love your fabric 'grass'!! : )

Gina Furman said...

From what I've seen so far this is fantastic! Can't wait to see the rest! Love the details in the coloring.

Linda Barutha said...

Beautiful project Kristine! Thanks for hopping with us!

Lyn Bernatovich said...

OMG, so stinkin' cute Kristine! Love how you used the entire folder as your pallet. Too cute for words.

Katie said...

I love the green fabric for your scene! And that dog and the coloring is just too cute! Great job! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

CrisyNoe said...

Super Cute!! Love the mediums you used on the file folder!! Great job!! Thanks for hopping with us! Hugs ... Noe DT Linnie Blooms

Janis said...

This is wonderful!!! Love how you combined the linen file folder with the green fabric!!!
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Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wonderful scene you have created. Great coloring too. TFS

cghundley said...

Oh oh so cute! Great
design and the 'grass'
you added came out neat!
Carla from Utah

Sue D said...

wow--love this album cover--can't wait to see the rest.
Sue in Ohio

Gail Green said...

Love the vibrant colors...and of course, there' s a DOG involved....along with Lonnie Blooms canvas products...

McStamper said...

What a darling doggy. And such a creative idea. Love it.

Cindy Groh said...

I love how you colored the dog. This is awesome.