It’s your time now by Tusia Lech

I was yesterday here with canvas album cover and video tutorial (if you haven’t seen it, you can choose “previous post” at the bottom of this blog post) and I am here today too :) With video tutorial and mixed-media card based on Hazy Days collection.

If you would like to see the whole process, please take a look at the very short video below. And here are some close-ups:


My video:

7 Dots Studio supplies:
7 Dots Studio – Hazy Days – Element Stickers 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Hazy Days – Word Stickers 6×12
7 Dots Studio – Hazy Days – Chevron Stencil
7 Dots Studio – Fortune-teller – Chipboard
7 Dots Studio – Homegrown – Chipboard
7 Dots Studio – Hazy Days – Chipboard
7 Dots Studio – Hazy Days – Tags 12×12

7 Dots Studio – Hazy Days – Brittle

One school girl by Riikka Kovasin

My older daughter started school almost a year ago. She’s so excited about her teacher, new friends and about school altogether! For this page I chose the photo and the composition, but the journaling is her words. I asked what was the best thing in school and wrote down her answer. I think it will be fun to read that in a couple of years!

As the topic of the page is school, I felt that the alphabet design of the “Inkwell” paper fit the theme well. The paper gave me the idea to do a quite monochromatic page with just a touch of colour. I spread the letters across the page and hid the pattern in the background paper underneath gesso and the letters.


If you want to see how I made the page, I have a video for you. Hopefully you’ll find that inspiring!

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Fortune-teller – Fortune
Forture-teller – Tags 12×12
Writer’s Block – Inkwell
Writer’s Block – 6×6 Pad
Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
Homegrown – Element Stickers 6×12
Homegrown – Die Cut Elements 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Die Cut Elements 6×12
Writer’s Block – Word Stickers 6×12
Homegrown – Clears Stamps

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