Two by Nathalie Dalibard


Hello 7 DOTS STUDIO fans !!!
I am here today to show you a new mini album I created with a mix of papers from the WRITER’s BLOCK collection and other old collections.
I just built the mini album  with an old cardboard box that I cut to create it . I mixed a lot of dies cut and word stickers from different collections ! Love them !!!









7 Dots Studio supplies:
Writer’s Block – Notes
Writer’s Block – Sincerely
Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
Writer’s Block – Word Stickers 6×12
Writer’s Block – Die-cut Elements 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Word Stickers 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Die-cut Elements 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Cloud Watching
Lost and Found – Element Stickers 6×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Tags 12×12
Cotton Candy Dreams – Pucker Up
Lost and Found – Typewriter
Lost and Found – Pad 6×6

Love Yourself by Nastya Istorkina

Hello 7 Dots Studio fans! Nastya Istorkina is here today. I want to share with you my two spring cards and video of the process.



I used mostly wonderful Verano Azul Collection. Love this colors and phrases on the die-cut elements: «Forget your age, love yourself» and «Be happy today». Also I used chipboard hearts from Homegrown Collection.


7 Dots Studio supplies:
Verano Azul – Element Stickers 6×12
Verano Azul – Die-cut Elements 6×12
Cold Country – Clear Stamps
Illumination – Acceptance
Lost and Found – Pad 6×6
Homegrown – Chipboard
Verano Azul – Tags 12×12
Verano Azul – Pad 6×6

Paper Dolls by Louise Nelson

Hello Hello
Today I would like to share with you a quick little step out on how I create my Paper Dolls’ I love creating these little paper dolls, mostly just for creative fun, but I have used them on my scrapbooking layouts and art journal pages.

Step-by-step
First begin by hand drawing the basic shape and facial features of your paper doll on the water colour paper with the gel pen.

Using scraps of paper mask out the areas of the arms and the legs [this is to prevent the stamped image from being stamped on the arms and legs.

Select your favourite patterned 7 Dots Studio Cling stamp and proceed to stamp a patterned image on the clothing portion of your hand drawn doll. It doesn’t matter if it goes over the outline of the clothing as they will be cut out.

Below are 2 images of the 2nd and 3rd paper doll image before being coloured. I just loved using the paint splatter stamp on the 2nd dolls overalls, as it just looks like they are covered in paint splatters.

Next is the fun part. Select your paints or markers of choice, [I used water colour paints] and ‘colour in’ your paper dolls to suit your taste. I used a medium sized soft bristle mop brush for the body and a small detail brush for the face and hair. Allow to dry.

When these are dry proceed on to cutting out your paper dolls.

And these a are just a couple of close up images so you can see how I detailed the faces and clothing with the colouring in.

Cheers for now and I do hope you enjoyed this quick little step out :) xox.

 

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Homegrown – Clear Stamps
Lost and Found – Clear Stamps
Cotton Candy Dreams – Clear Stamps