Eyes by Anna Wiśniewska

You can see everything in a child’s eyes. I love this picture of my little boy. In his eyes You can see a huge curiosity about the world and lots of other things about his character.



I’ve dressed this picture up with blue colours, grey paper elements from Cotton candy Dreams collection and many different media.




7 Dots Studio supplies:
Cotton Candy Dreams – Cloud Watching
Cotton Candy Dreams – Word Stickers 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Element Stickers 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Die-cut Elements 6×12
Lost and Found – Chipboard
Thoughts Keeper – Clear Stamps
Destination Unknown – Clear Stamps

Written Word by Anastasi Kuznetsova

Hello! Anastasia Kuznetsova here today with you. I suggest you watch a short video tutorial on how I created this bookmark. I love the “Writer’s Block” collection, it allows you to work with any colour. In my case, it’s almost monochromatic, I added a bit of gold and rusty colours. For the background, I just cut out the paper from “Destination Unknown” collection, added a couple of tags and the inscription, also a little bit of machine cutting. Paints helped make the work more interesting and complete.




7 Dots Studio supplies:
Writer’s Block – Word Stickers 6×12
Destination Unknown – Night Sky
Yuletide – Word Stickers 6×12
Yuletide – Clear Stamps

Sea by Eirini Tsaima

Hello dear 7 Dots friends!!
Spring is here and I’m already in such a sunny and happy mood that I’m looking forward to start swimming on and exploring the amazing Greek seas again. Last weekend, the weather was perfectly sunny and warm, so me and my family visited the Port and while I was watching the boats and fishermen I thought ‘Oh I wish I could jump in there and escape for a while!’. This was my inspiration! I found that wonderful photo on Pinterest and I made a little tutorial for you. So let’s get started.




1 First I took a sea themed paper from the Destination Unknown collection and with my Burst and Stars stencils, I added some White Prima Gesso.

2.Then I used some gold mist plus some white pearl and light green Lindy’s Stamp Gang, here and there and dried with the heat gun.

3.Next, I stamped with the – Lost and Found- and- Fortune Teller- clear stamps from 7Dots collection in white and black colors, to create a messy depth on my paper.

4.As my stamps were drying I took my chipboard and paint it in teal colour and created some paper layers with several collections from 7 Dots’s leftovers.

5.I started decorating my pictures, making some clusters and using some Sea Theme chipboards among with little shells and gause. Two flairs from the fortune Teller collection fit perfectly too.

6. Some extra establishments like Mica Gold Flakes by Prima and salt – pepper effects using Soft matte Prima Gel. Some white and black splashes here and there are also necessary to give a soft-balance to the whole work.

7.Finally my title and white gesso on my flowers and tiny details give a harmony and brightness on my lay out.

That’s it! I hope you enjoyed my Sea themed laout and you found some inspiration for your own creations. Greetings from sunny Greece!
See you soon…Love you all… Eirini

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Homegrown – Wool
Fortune-teller – Soul
Fortune-teller – Tags 12×12
Fortune-teller – Die-cut Elements 6×12