Behind the lens by Tusia Lech

 

This Spring I have visited my dearest friend, Ania, in Ireland. The time spent there is so precious to me! For my layout I have chosen a photo, that was taken by Ania – I was standing among very old ruins and although the day was rainy, we were in a very good mood.

For this layout I have used new fabulous Impasto Paint  from Finnabair ArtAlchemy series РI applied it through Chevron stencil from Hazy Days and also covered UmWowStudio chipboard pieces with it. It is so thick, that it works perfectly with stencils.

My focal point is the photo and I build layers around it – adding a few tags, stickers, die-cut elements, some beads and stamping.

Chipboard frame comes from Hazy Days collection – I sprayed it, to add some colour. Metal embellishments are mainly Finnabair.

Thank you for visiting our blog today :)

Tusia

 

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

UmWowStudio supplies:
Cotton Candy Dreams – Teal Blooms flair
Nautical Stars
Layered Stars

Fur friend by Tusia Lech

I absolutely love my cat. She is so adorable!! And believe me or not, but she is talking to me and she behave more the way dogs do, than cats. She is such a sweet fur friend!! I wanted to create a layout with her – as you can probably see on the photo, she is lying on me :)

On the left you can see chipboard by UmWowStudio, that I covered with Finnabair White Gesso first, and then Finnabair ArtAlchemy Acrylic Paint (I love the delicate shimmer, they give).

The whole composition is created with Fortune-teller collection (papers, stickers, die-cut elements, chipboard) as well as with UmWowStudio chipboard and flairs, Finnabair Glass Beads and Cold Country stamping.

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Fortune-teller – 12×12 Tags
Fortune-teller – Die-cut Elements
Fortune-teller – Word Stickers
Fortune-teller – Element Stickers
Fortune-teller – chipboard
Fortune-teller – Clear Stamps
Fortune-teller – Fortune
Cold Country – Clear Stamps

UmWowStudio – Gypsy Soul Flair
UmWowStudio – Wild At Heart Flair
UmWowStudio – Bird n Branch

UmWowStudio – Forget Me Not Flower

 

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