It’s worth the risk by Tusia Lech

For many years I wanted to colour my hair, but always there were some obstacles. Recently I decided – this is perfect timing for new hair :) So I visited my very favourite hairdresser and asked him to change my hair colour :) And the result is really great – it was worth the risk :)

At the background of my layout you can see the stamps from Homegrown set, Dylusion paint and some misting through Cotton Candy Dreams Hex Stencil.

The layers are created with stickers and die-cut elements from Writer’s Block collection. I have added some Mechanicals from Finnabair and also crystals, flowers and pearls.

I hope you like it :) Have a great day! Tusia

 7 Dots Studio supplies:

Cotton Candy Dreams – Hex Stencil
Writer’s Block – Numbers Stencil
Writer’s Block – Word Stickers
Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
Writer’s Block – Letters Stencil
Writer’s Block – Element Stickers
Writer’s Block – Cie-cut Elements 6×12
Writer’s Block – Burden
Homegrown – Chipboard
Homegrown – Clear Stamps

Record your story by Tusia Lech

As you probably noticed, I love being in the mountains.  Today layout is a reminder of one of my mountain trip. It is always such a relaxing experience to me!

 

 

I have made some photos documenting the whole process of creation. If you are curious of it, please take a look below.

I started with making a mixture of Heavy White Gesso and Acrylic Paints – I applied it through Cotton Candy Dream Hex Stencil.

Then I have chosen some of the paper elements, I want to work with.

 

Writer’s Block chipboard are very easy to be coloured – I have used the same colors of Acrylic Paints, that I have used for creating background.

I started adding stickers and die-cut elements from Writer’s Block collection.

 

Almost last step was making some splashes with Ecolines and Indian Ink.

 

7 Dots Studio supplies:

Writer’s Block – Word Stickers
Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
Writer’s Block – Element Stickers
Writer’s Block – Die-Cut Elements
Writer’s Block – Chipboard
Cotton Candy Dreams – Hex Stencil
Cotton Candy Dreams – Cloud Watching
Homegrown – Dreamy

ATC series by Tusia Lech

 

I have a collection of ATCs from many artists – it has been more than 5 years since I started creating Artist Trading Cards. I love that small form, because it gives me an opportunity to trade :) So here they are – my newest ATC series.

 

 

 

And here is short step-by-step tutorial.

I started with misting some Glimmer Mist through Yuletide stencil and then applying some White Heavy Gesso (Finnabair) through stencil.

Then I mixed Microbeads from Finnabair with Soft Matte Gel and applied the mixture through the stencil (again).

When everything dried, I started adding embellishments – UmWowStudio flairs, chipboard pieces and 7 Dots Studio stickers.

Final touch was adding some metalic brads.

Finally ATCs looks like this:

 

7 Dots Studio supplies:

Lost and Found – Stained
Verano Azul – Element Stickers
Yuletide – Elk Head Mask