Catch a falling star by Sanderijn de Bruin-Mittendorff

I made two tags with a combination of Dreamscapes and Hazy Days collections. I loved creating these tags. They are easy to make, and you will get a gorgeous result. I made them to give away as a gift. With the stencil patterns and word stickers, they get a 3 dimensional outcome, which I love to create.

I made a little step by step tutorial for you:
Step 1 : Cover the tags with a layer of clear gesso.

Step 2 : Add stencil pattern with modelling paste and a palette knife and let dry.

Step 3 : When the paste is dry, add several layers of Lindy’s sprays (or similar coloured sprays) over the tags, dry them with a heattool.

Step 4 : Paint your chipboard pieces with acrylic paint and dabber tool. Add a little bit of the white paint on the tags too.

Step 5 : Spray your chipboard pieces with the sprays as well. Add a new layer to the tags too, if desired.

Step 6 : When the tags are dry, sew them onto another piece of 6 x 6 paper with a sweing machine.

Step 7 : Add your chipboard, flowers, embellishments, etc. Finish with sequins and some custum made coloured ribbon.

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Dreamscapes – Word stickers 6×12
Dreamscapes – Geometry stencil
Dreamscapes – Triangles stencil
Hazy Days – Tags 12×12
Hazy Days – Pad 6×6
Cotton Candy Dreams – Pad 6×6

Flowerbed by Marie Johansson

June is a hectic month for my family. Many birthdays and many other events. June is also the month here in the north of Sweden that is one of the most beautiful. The nature is filled with lovely colors. Since we often have a long spring you can find Daffodils side by side with Bell flowers. I try to take a moment every day just to sit outside in my garden and take in all the beauty nature offers. As I was doing that I found a piece of my flowerbed that had a rather dramatic color scheme. Bright blue mixed with yellows, whites, greys and a couple of rusty spikes that fell from our house – this was my inspiration for these tags!

The new Hazy Days Collection has just the right colors and feeling. Blues, yellows and a distressed and dreamy feeling. I used the “Oil Spill” paper from the 6×6 paper pad as base for both tags. Then added random stamping with the distressed circle that comes with the clear stamp set. I also made a mixture of heavy gesso, acrylics and fine glitter and added the “paste” using a spatula and the Chevron stencil.

Die Cut Elements, Tags and Stickers form the center cluster togehter with cheese cloth and flowers.

I love how the tags turned out, and hope you do to.

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Hazy Days – Die-cut Elements
Hazy Days – Element Stickers
Hazy Days – Clear Stamp Set
Hazy Days – Chevron Stencil
Hazy Days – Tags
Hazy Days – Pad

Believe in magic by Kasia Bogatko

Hello, it’s Kasia here with two small tags. I used Dreamscapes collection for both, so as you can see this collection fits everything.

I used my favorite stencil from this collection – Geometry, to make my backgrounds. The first one I made with wax and the second one – with thick acrylic paint.

I realy love 7 Dots Studio words stickers, you can use them everywhere. You always find the right quote.

Have a nice day, Kasia

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Dreamscapes – Element Stickers 6×12
Dreamscapes – Word Stickers 6×12
Dreamscapes – Geometry Stencil
Dreamscapes – Tags 12×12