November winners and features

We are happy to announce that the winner of our October challenge is:

Juliya Tirskaya

Huge congrats! Your prize is one collection kit and one 6×6 pad. Please write your shipping address to – nick@7dotsstudio.com

 

You always amaze us with your talent, but this month the choice was extremely difficult. Really. It was so difficult, that I just couldn’t vote. Choosing only 3 best projects was absolutely impossible task. Because of that, to honour your talent, and also because December is a month of gifts, I decided to offer you one time coupon code to our store, that all participants of our November challenge can use till the end of January 2017. The coupon code will be valid for all products in our store, except of Clearance and UmWowStudio section. So if you want to receive 30% off your next shopping in our store, please write an e-mail to nick@7dotsstudio.com with an information about e-mail address, you have created an account with, and number of your project from November inlinkz on our blog. Enjoy <3

 

We would like to feature some of your projects below:

yakutgirl

Olya Kravets

Anna Solnyshkina

 

Nadya Drozdova

Our random winner is Elena Martynova!
Please contact Nick via e-mail (nick@7dotsstudio.com) to claim your 10 EUR coupon code to our store.
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Thank you all for playing with us and feel invited to play with us this month.
Have a great day! And a Happy New Year
Tusia

ATC by Cindy Brown

Hello Dear creative souls. Today I present you an ATC tutorial for 7 Dots Studio.
I had some fun with the magnificent embellishments from 7 Dots Studio. I like working with them very much.
Of course I have created a little video for you.



I started with cutting some beautiful papers from the Writer’s Block collection.
I love to make my own ATC using papers. Especially when they are so great.
Then I played with stickers, tags and chipboard pieces.
A little embossing and a few splatters and the work is done.
Enjoy the video.

7 Dots Studio:
7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block – Torn
7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block- Die-cut Elements 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block – Word Stickers 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block – Element Stickers 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block – Chipboard

Speed scrapping by Louise Nelson

Are you ready for a quick and easy layout? a little bit of speed scrapping??? You can time yourself for the fun of it, It will take no longer than an hour!

Begin, by selecting all of the requirements list on the materials list, your photo and coordinating mist.

Cut background paper into 2 pieces as depicted above, and then ink the edges of both pieces and your photo.

Assemble by adhering the background pieces together using double sided adhesive tape; flip over the smaller background piece to reveal the coordinated pattern on the back, so that background is 2 toned. Adhere photo over the seam of the joined papers, as depicted.

Select a variety of tags, die-cut elements and stickers [including word stickers] to coordinate with your photo. Ink the edges and adhere in a balanced pattern on and around the photo.

Using a scrap of paper protect your photo, then apply randomly splats of coordinated mist over elements and over background. Allow to dry.

Adhere coordinated epoxy stickers on and around the photo and clustered elements.

Adhere chosen wood embellishments with clear drying glue.

Complete layout by adhering selected wooden title/letters with clear drying glue.

And here is the finished thing:

Materials list:
7 Dots Studio – Writers Block – Epilogue
7 Dots Studio – Writers Block – Tags 12×12
7 Dots Studio – Writers Block – Elements 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Writers Block – Word Stickers 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Writers Block- Element Stickers 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Cotton Candy Dreams – Word Stickers 6×12