Friday, May 30, 2014

My Superstar!

Spring wishes from the North of Sweden today! Finally it´s getting green outside, and the temperature has come to reasonable levels. I hope that your part of the world feels as nice as mine does right now.

I´m have a layout to show today. My 10 yo son is the coolest guy I know. Despite his lack of age he´s sure of what he wants and have confident. He doesn´t care much about what others in the same age thinks of him. When he chose his new glasses he picked the most colorful and girlish ones in the store cause that was the ones he wanted. He really is my superhero and I hope he can keep this confidence when he becomes a teenager!

I have used papers from Cocoa Daisy kits for this page and combined them with some of my favourite Linnie Blooms products - the canvas Stars and the canvas envelopes.

I have distressed the edges of the canvas shapes to hightlight them further.

Best wishes from Marie

Thursday, May 29, 2014


Hello everybody!
Who does not use marker to book? I think everyone needs one.
I made this bag you can buy in stores Linnie Blooms. Use your imagination and create many you need! Think about it! You create your own marker and can give that friend or beloved teacher.

 Here are some details

 Be inspired and make your bookmarks. Thank you and have a great day!

Canvas Blooms with Gelatos - makes something old look new!

Hello bloomers!! Jessica here from Scatter Joy with Jessann! I love altering items that are just laying around. With the help of Linnie Blooms Canvas Blooms I was able to turn something old into something new!
I had this old burlap covered hand made journal with handmade paper inside. I used the Linnie Blooms flowers from the canvas blooms set to add color and life! This was my first time using Gelatos and they were fun and easy. They also cleaned up quick!

I also used some of the Linnie Blooms Burlap for more texture and color on the front of my journal.
I love Linnie Blooms! I love the product she has. Go now to check it out at
Have a blessed day!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Linnie Blooms a wand and a tiara

Hello there! 
I hope you're all having a fabulous week so far?!
Today I'm here to share a fun canvas…a girly girl kinda thing!
I used lots of PINK, a
piece (cut in half)
and a Linnie Blooms canvas shape star.

I added stamping, glitter, molding paste to create more layers and texture.
I think the over all project is really FUN and kinda cutesy!
I hope you like it too. 
I will list my Linnie Blooms supplies below.

Stop by my blog for more information.
Have a Bloom{ing} good day!

May Challenge - You are Loved

Hi There, Karen N here from Craftily Yours!  Our design team was challenged in May to create something using the Linnie Blooms "Blooms".  Challenge accepted!  I created this card to give my momma on Mother's Day.

The middle is a bookmark that is removable.

She's fun, huh?  I used Tim Holtz distress paints to color up the canvas flowers and leaves.  The brad center is from Basic Grey Stitched.  The stamp is one of the Suzi Blu stamps from Unity Stamp Company.  I colored her with my Tim Holtz distress watercolor markers.

Before you go, be sure to check out:

Linnie Blooms Catalog/Shop  

Craftily yours,


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Canvas Flower and some fun homemade leaves

Hi Bev Code here today at Linnie Blooms Design.. so glad to be sharing this today.
Starting with the Canvas Floral Shapes I inked and multi sprayed for colour.

Now I hand stitched the centre pulling it together to give it some 
texture looking waves to look more natural.
Then glue them on top of each other.

Now I will share how to make your very own leaves and all you need is green cardstock.
Follow the instructions above to make as many as you need.

I started the card with a boughten base and heidi grace designs paper.
I used my Kreaxions Punches #303 and #903 with insert to make my borders and then
matted them with cardstock to pop the punched borders. 
I also added SRM sticker stitches to the borders.
Now following one of my very own sketches to make this card. (see below) I started
to form the centre - 2 squares with inked edges and a
 SRM floral sticker and then the main centre piece.
Here I used the Linnie Blooms burlap, added more layers to
 my flower from above and added the homemade leaves.
To finish it off I made a multi layers sentiment that started with SRM Sticker.

Thanks for stopping by.. so glad to share 2 ideas ... how to create a fabulous flower from 
the great floral canvas pieces and also how to make your very own leaves.
Be sure to try these yourself... and have fun creating.

Supply List:
Paper: heidi grace design - daydream
Card base and Cardstock: misc
Punches: Kreaxions #303, #903
Stickers: SRM Stickers
Burlap: Linnie Blooms
Canvas Floral: Linnie Blooms
Ink: Tim Holtz Ranger
Other: button

Saturday, May 24, 2014

adorable puppy

Hello to all!
I'm Juraci who's here with you again!
This cute puppy photo is my Sheik, now 12.
Today I made a layout 
using canvas that you can buy in Linnie Blooms .
Let's see how I built this page, I hope to inspire you.

First I made the background with stencil and plaster
 After I painted with spray paint and stamp the canvas
 I used some flowers and voila! Are you ready my layout making a mix of canvas, paint and plaster!
Thank you all! Y'all have a great weekend

Friday, May 23, 2014

Feel Better Soon Friend

Hi Friends! Abby here with ScrappinAbby and I'm happy to be back with another DT project to share with all of you : )

This time I wanted to play with the Stencils & Masks from Linnie Blooms and I created a card for a good friend of mine who is recovering from surgery....
For this card I used the following stencils & masks....
I also have a video that shows you the card up close along with a tutorial on how I used the stencils & masks for my card....
To start I selected the papers & sprays I wanted to use with the stencils & masks....
The next few photos show you how I used the stencil & mask for the different elements I added to the card....
For the larger flower, I spritzed it with some water, crumpled it up and used my heat tool...
I wanted to add a distressed feel to the butterflies and leaves I made from the card stock and a scrap piece of fabric...
Once all of my pieces were dry and distressed, I just started layering them on the card....
I layered the butterfly stencils that I made on two different types of paper so it would have a layered look. Love how that turned out : )
I love all the layers and textures on this card. Using the stencils & masks with your paper really creates some great dimension I think. It's fun to create your own embellishments for your projects and using the Linnie Bloom stencils makes it easy to do that. 

Thanks for stopping by the Linnie Blooms blog today and for checking out another ScrappinAbby project. 

Be sure to stop by my BLOG for additional photos and a full product list. 

Happy Crafting!!

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Sense of Wonder

Hi There, Karen N here from Craftily Yours!  For my card today, I used watercolor distress markers to color up this adorable image.....I love that sentiment so much.

I added one of the Linnie Blooms "Blooms" to the corner.  I first painted it with Tim Holtz distress paint in white and then sprayed yellow Dylusions through a heart stencil.  I added a little worn lipstick distress to the edges.  I love the texture that these shapes bring to my cards.  It sorta looked to me like the girl was releasing the butterfly towards the sun.  What do you think?  The little flowers are created with molding clay and a cake embellishment mold....then colored with distress markers.

More details are available on my blog.  Hope you will stop by!

Before you go, be sure to check out:

Linnie Blooms Catalog/Shop  

Craftily yours,


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

May Challenge - April showers bring May flowers...

Happy Wednesday! Today I want to share my creation using the Linnie Blooms Bloom Stencil and Mask. I used the stencil to create a layered flower for the cover of this simple gift journal.

I took four 12x 6 sheets of craft paper folded them in half (to create 6x6)
I stacked them on one another in order to create the writing area of the journal.
I added a 6x6 patterned paper for the cover. Then I attached the flower and leaves I created with the Linnie bloom mask.
I then punched holes at the top below the folds and used black fiber to create a binding.
I added a sentiment, a button, some liquid pearls... Voila!

This is a simple but beautiful gift that I really enjoyed making!
Thanks for taking time to check out my challenge design!

Please join me for more projects at
Let's Scatter Joy one card at a time!!
Jessica LiBasci

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

"Amazing" Linnie Bloom canvas shapes

Hi Bev here today... I am really excited to share my 2nd post this month revealing for Linnie Bloom products.
This "Amazing" layout boasts the canvas shapes. 
I used the bird and the banner pieces which I used misting and paint dauber on to colour them.
Also behind the title I used the burlap.

In the close ups below you can view the details.

Supply List: 

Paper: Paper House Gengerations Paper Pix, Paper House Garden Paper Pix

Stickers: Paper House Background Birds 3D -STDM -0157, Gerbera Daisies 3D - STDM 0121

Sketch: SG Debbie Sanders 
Stickers: SRM Stitches 
Ink: Tim Holtz Ranger
Accents: Linnie Bloom Collection -Burlap, and Jars of Dies -Flutter Bird Canvas and Shapes including the triangles,Creative Embellishments,Dew Drops: Robin's Nest
Other: mist, paint

Be sure to head over to the Linnie Blooms online STORE so you can pick up some of these FAB canvas pieces for yourself. 

Monday, May 19, 2014

Stenciled Infinity scarf

Good Monday Morning everyone. Today, I am here with a project inspired by Pinterest. I saw this post on Pinterest on how to turn a t-shirt into a cool stenciled infinity scarf.  My first thought was the cool stencils that Linnie Blooms has.  On first scarf, I used the the Butterfly stencil and mask. Then I used the stencil as a mask and stenciled a pattern on the butterfly!

The second scarf,  I used the Flutter stencil and mask. Again I used the Flutter stencil (the bird) as a mask and stenciled a pattern on the bird. 

Look, How fun, cute and cheap these are!!!! I used some old t-shirts I had laying around the house. Another great gift idea you could make in about an hour. If you make some of these t-shirt stenciled infinity scarves , I would love to see them.

Have a wonderful day!
Hugs, K 

Just Bloom

Hey there…Happy Monday!
I'm here to share with you a card I created
with this month's challenge in mind.

We've been put to the test to use some
of the fabulous Linnie Blooms products for the theme
April Showers Bring May … Blooms
I used the Flutter Card Kit
and the supplies below to create this
"Bloom" theme card.
It's blank inside so it's perfect for any occasion.

Thank you for peeking in on us today.
I hope you've been inspired.

Don't forget you can find Linnie Blooms on Facebook 
and the Linnie Blooms online catalog is available for you HERE.
Have a beautiful day!
~Donna K / Created by Donna K