Colourful by Sandra Bernard

Hi 7 Dots people. Today, I feel colourful! I don’t usually use this much colour in my layouts, so I told myself, I need to make them colourful like my personality. So, here we are.


I started with a crazy idea to use the little erase on the end of a pencil as a stamp. I used it point by point, color by color. I’m not used to taking so much time on the background, but I did and I had so much fun doing it.
After, I tough that I need to ease the sides a little from the motive created on the background. So I mixed some ink with water and played with them. I also used stars stencil with the black modeling paste.


To give an extra pop, I mixed up yellow paint and art stones and put over my creation. I also used some stars dies cuts, some stickers from 7 Dots Studio, a star made from a wire, some flowers, thread and some words also from 7 Dots Studio. As always, I sprayed some ink drops to finish it.


See you soon gang…
San xx

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Writer’s Block – Epilogue
Writer’s Block – Die-cuts Elements 6×12
7dots studio- Coton Candy collection- stencil stars

Dream by Sanderijn de Bruin

This layout is about what I would love to have for my daughter in live: Dreams. That she hopefully always will live inspired, shine brightly, stay strong when times get hard, and believe in herself and her dreams. I became inspired by a picture of white feathers with gold on top, so I decided to create a white and soft golden layout, with the gorgeous papers from Writer’s Block.



I first put a layer of clear gesso on my paper. Then I added white gesso with Writer’s Block numbers stencil in the top left and the bottom right corner. I used some soft golden spray and splatterd it on the paper. I stamped a little bit with a stamp and some golden acrylic paint on the paper too.
I painted the filmstrip chipboards with white gesso and sprayed them too with the same soft golden spray. I used inka gold on the other chipboard pieces, the old-silver colour. I used a little bit of white gesso on the title too, just on the below half of the title, so the word dream really looks so dreamy that way!


I started building the page with tags, chipboard, die cuts, flowers and glass glitter. I added the wonderful word stickers from the Cotton Candy Dreams collection. As a finishing touch I used some white stones and ultra fine glitter.


7 Dots Studio supplies:
Writer’s Block – Epilogue
Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
Writer’s Block – Numbers stencil
Cotton Candy Dreams – Word stickers

Dressmaker by Eirini Tsaima

Hello dear friends!!
Today I will share with you my layout inspired by a movie I saw lately “Dressmaker” made in Australia. The picture I saw on Pinterest reminded me of Kate Winslets fashion style in the movie and the era too.


For this work, I used Writer’s Block papers and tags together with Cotton Candy Dreams word stickers and Die-cut elements. I also used the 7 Dots Studio – Writer’s Block – Numbers Stencil for the background and added some final decoration with the Fortune-teller flairs.



My colours are a bit vivid as I chose teal and orange this time and of course my favourite Finnabair mediums and Prima flowers.
Thank you for your time and I hope you got some daily inspiration!!
Love…Eirini

7 Dots Studio supplies:
Writer’s Block – Epilogue
Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12
Fortune-teller – Clear Stamps