Tag Archives : Louise Nelson

Me Moi by Louise Nelson


Louise for this step-by-step post wanted to share with you a quick and fun way of using up older ranges of 7 Dots Studio Die-cut tags/elements. She has turned some ‘All I Ever’ large die-cuts into photo frames. All you need is a craft mat, craft knife and some large die-cut pieces. Step-By-Step • Begin by popping out the large…

Love of Art and Painting by Louise Nelson


For this months blog post Louise has created 2 layouts using the fabulous new Paint Chips range. It was appropriate that Louise used this range to celebrate her love of Art and Painting with these layouts. Layout 1 – Art is freedom   Layout 2 – Paint Canvas 7 Dots Studio supplies: Paint Chips – Die-cut elements 6×12 Paint Chips…

December Challenge: Use 3 Colours


Welcome to the last Challenge this year. Limitations may lead to creativity that’s why this month we chose to limit your colour choice for your next project. The theme of the December Challenge is Use 3 Colours. So think wisely what colours are you gonna choose and share with us your projects. We also got a little announcement to make.…

November Challenge: Favourite Animal or Pet


Animals, humans faithful companions, pets and best friends. Not only do they bring joy into our lives but are magnificent creatures. That’s why this month we want you to capture the beauty of your favourite animals or pets in your projects. So, get busy scrapping and share with us your animal friends.   Here is the inspiration from our team:…

Dreamer by Louise Nelson


Today I would like to share with you a quick and fun embellishment technique. The wire ladder like embellishment was created to emulate the graphic on the 12 x 12 patterned paper Under the Covers. This step out is quick and simple and not as fiddley as it looks 🙂 STEP-BY-STEP Begin by cutting 4 long pieces of wire to…

October Challenge: Sunrise – Sunset


We cant imagine our life without the Sun and yet the beauty of Sunrises and Sunsets remains the endless source of inspiration. This month we would like you to be inspired by the dusks and dawns. Let the sun fill your projects that you share with us this month. Also from this month onwards the winner of the Challenge will…

Layouts featuring ATC’s by Louise Nelson


Today Louise would like to share with you two, 6 x 12 layouts, however they didn’t start out that way. Louise began by creating ATC’s and then changed her mind, but so as not to waste what she had already partially created, she mounted the ATC’s on to the 6 x 12 about backgrounds. She also cropped her photos to…

Picture This by Louise Nelson


For this step-by-step I have created a layout documenting my parent’s marriage. I can appreciate that the journaling might be a little strange for a wedding photo, but it has a very personal meaning to me. Typically the layout background media use is very simple and minimalistic, but it is just enough to make the cluster of die-cut elements and…