Sail Away by Heather Thompson

I want to share a layout I did with one of my all time favourite collections from 7 Dots. I wish I had more, the colour combo and elements work perfect in my world. If I could live on the beach, smelling the crisp ocean air, and seeing the nature around me I would be in heaven.

I love layering and the more layers the better in my book, so all the little element from the collection, fish net and chipboard are perfect for that nautical page to bring back those warm, relaxing memories of the ocean blue. Here are some more close-ups for your enjoyment.




I have created a video of my creative process below, Enjoy

Thank you for stopping by today.
Heather

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Destination Unknown – Die Cut Elements 6×12
Destination Unknown – Word Stickers 6×12
Destination Unknown – Tags 12×12
Destination Unknown – Night Sky
Lost and Found – Wonky Halftone Mask
Lost and Found – Clear Stamps
Thoughts Keeper – Clear Stamps
Homegrown – Clear Stamps

Night Sky by Anastasi Kuznetsova

Hello! Anastasi Kuznetsova here with you. Today I want to show you a notebook in the style of “Grunge”. The cover is made of a sheet of stunning blue paper from the collection “Destination Unknown”, which I aged to the state of the old board. Also I used tags, stencils and an icon from the collection “Writer’s Block”, which helped me a lot in the composition of the cover. I also made the fly-leaves from the 7 Dots Studio papers, firmness of which allowed me to make a very solid construction.





7 Dots Studio supplies:
Destination Unknown – Night Sky
Writer’s Block – Collection Kit

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