Dreamscapes Tags by Lydie Denis

Hello my 7 Dots friends, Lilibleu here with you
Let me present you a duet of tags I realized with the same set of colours. I used the beautiful Dreamscapes collection which I find perfect for my project. More specifically I used the 6×6 pad.

To start my backgounds, I spread a thin layer of gesso on my paper, then I sprayed pink ink on one background and yellow ink on the other. To add texture, I applied the transparent stamps from the Dreamscapes and Hazy Days collection with black ink, and to give even more texture, I applied Modeling Paste using the triangles stencil.

To decorate my tags, I chose to use Die-cuts, tags and element stickers still from the Dreamscapes collection; I put them together with 3D foam to create volume as well.

To flourish my tags I sprayed ink directly on my white flowers to perfectly make them match with my project.

To finish my project, I added beads of different sizes glued with medium gel.

And that’s it for today!
Have a great day
Xoxo Lilibleu

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Dreamscapes – Die-Cut Elements 6×12
Dreamscapes – Element Stickers 6×12
Dreamscapes – Word Stickers 6×12
Dreamscapes – Triangles Stencil
Dreamscapes – Clear Stamps
Dreamscapes – Tags 12×12
Dreamscapes – Pad 6×6
Hazy Days – Clear Stamps

Sunny tags by Anna Wiśniewska

Hello lovelies!

It’s Ania Wiśniewska with You today, presenting step by step photo tutorial. Specially for 7 Dots Studio and You I’ve created sunny tags. To make them I used one of our newest collections – wonderful “Hazy Days”. I love its messy look! Here they are:

And here’s the way I’ve created them:

In the first step I chose the products and materials I’ll use.

Then I cut the tags bases and the first layers. I also chose the small tags from Hazy Days collection to decorate my projects.

Next I prepared the embellishments I’ll use – chipboards, paper elements, die-cuts, flairs and I created an initial composition on the tag bases.

In the second step I used the stencil and I made distress ink patterns on the first layer of my tags.

Then I made some random stamping on the same layer.

I coloured the chipboards with yellow ink.

And I started to stick all elements together with the first layer of the tags.

I added some art stones.

And I made all that work also with the second tag.

In the third step I coloured my projects. I used some colour powders.

Next I sticked some sequins, small stickers, paper elements, ribbons and flairs.

And then I splashed my tags with black and gold inks.

Finally I sticked the words stickers on each tag and my project is ready.

Here are a few pictures of finished tags:

See You soon!
Ania Wiśniewska – Wiosanka

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Hazy Days – Die-cut Elements 6×12
Hazy Days – Element Stickers 6×12
Hazy Days – Word Stickers 6×12
Hazy Days – Chevron Stencil
Hazy Days – Clear Stamps
Hazy Days – Tags 12×12
Hazy Days – Chipboard
Hazy Days – Pad 6×6

UmWowStudio supplies:
Hazy Days – Click Click Flair

Oversized tags by Heather Thompson

Hello, It’s my turn up on the blog today and want to share some oversized tags with tons of texture and detail. I am in awe of the Dreamscapes collection, beautiful with out adding the extra details. But its always fun to play and see where the creativity takes me.

Between background stamping, stencils, pastes and paints so many more details can add to any price.

Here is the video, Enjoy the creative process of stamping, layering and adding texture to create a unique tag.

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Dreamscapes – 9mm
Dreamscapes – Sunrise 12×12
Dreamscapes Cloudy
Dreamscapes – Tags 12×12
Dreamscapes – Triangle Stencil
Dreamscapes – Word Stickers 6×12
Dreamscapes – Clear Stamps
Hazy Days – Chevron Stencil
UmWowStudio – Oh So Dreamy Flair
UmWowStudio – Tell Tall Tails Flaire