Angelic by Sanderijn de Bruin

The month May is the month where we celebrate Mother’s day. For me this means something to treasure, because God has given me the most precious gift of all: a child.

In my situation particularly, it didn’t happen ‘just like that’. I feel so very blessed, to have this beautiful little girl in my life, who makes my heart full of joy every day. And yes, motherhood is not always easy, believe me, but seeing her growing up, makes it all worth while.

Seeing this photo of her, sunlight in her hair, she almost looks like an angel. The only thing I want for her, is to grow up in peace, having a loving home, where she feels safe and free to follow her dreams.

The new Dreamscape collection from 7 Dots Studio has the exact paper perfect for pictures like these.

I really love the pattern of the paper and didn’t want to do too much mixed media works on it, so I decided to create a soft, elegant and clean layout.

Because sometimes one picture says it all.
If you wish to know how I made this layout please watch the video below.

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Dreamscapes – Cloudy
Dreamscapes – Word stickers
Dreamscapes – Die-cut elements
Dreamscapes – Tags

Towards Adventure by Anastasi Kuznetsova

Hello! Anastasi here. And I want to invite you to make a wonderful canvas about new discoveries and adventures with me. I was inspired by this photo of my godson. Every day children make small or big discoveries, sometimes I envy them.

I used a sheet from the “Destination Unknown” collection. I adore the papers from 7 Dots Studio, you can paint it any way you want and it still stays the same! To create the background used the stencil and the stamp from the “Yuletide” and “Writer’s Block” collections. Having added quite a bit of the decor that I had, It created a very interesting canvas. As inscriptions I used stickers from the “Writer’s Block” collection.

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Yuletide – Peppermint Stripe Mask
Destination Unknown – Night Sky
Writer’s Block – Word Stickers
Yuletide – Clear Stamps
Fortune-teller – Tags

Anchors Away – Mixed Media Altered Wooden Anchor by Keren Tamir

I love creating beach themed projects, they are some of my favourite things to create. Today I altered a wooden anchor home decor using the 7 Dots Studio Destination Unknown collection. This collection of course is perfect for this theme and I’ve used it many times for this theme. I wanted the anchor to look as if it had sunk many years ago in the ocean and got covered in algae, molluscs, barnacles, shells and starfish. I used real shells and starfish to embellish as well as chipboard pieces from the same collection.

Below is my step by step video tutorial:

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Have a wonderful day!!

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Destination Unknown – Pad
Destination Unknown – Word stickers
Destination Unknown – Element stickers
Destination Unknown – Chipboard
UmWow Studio Destination Unknown- Chipboard
Destination Unknown – Die-cut elements
Nature Walk – Chipboard