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

Mixed Media Bike by Marina Syskova


My new project for this month is an altered art project. Funny bauble, eye pleasing, in the form of a mixed-media bike! There are a lot of small details, including Paper, Die-cut elements and Stickers from different 7 Dots Studio Collection! I love 7 Dots Studio precisely because almost all of their Collections can be easily combined with each other.







Product list:
Cotton Candy Dreams – Pad
Cotton Candy Dreams – Element Stickers
Cold Country – Element Stickers
Homegrown – Die-cut Elements
Fortune-teller – Die-cut Elements
Yuletide – Element Stickers

Choose to be by Sandra Bernard

For this month, I choose to play with several collections to make a girly layout. I tried to mixed all the 7 Dots Studio things To show you that you can think outside the box of a given collection to obtain something else. The only limit is your imagination, so go crazy.


I cut two papers from Cold Country collection to make my background. I inserted a piece of chipboard between the papers. I used distress oxide with stencil from Cotton Candy Dreams collection and orange embossing powder with stamp from the Homegrown collection. I also coloured my tags from Lost and Found collection and used some words stickers from Fortune-teller collection.


7 Dots Studio supplies:
Cotton Candy Dreams – Hex Stencil
Cold Country – Papers
Lost and found – Tags
Homegrown – Clears Stamps
Fortune-teller – Word Stickers