Pascale B and Belladonna
Today I want to share with you my new layout I create using the beautiful 7 Dots Studio products.
To create my background, I started by adding clear crackle paste with a stencil. I used several colors of Twinkling to bring out the design of the stencil. Some splatters and random stamping were enough to finish my background.
In order to match the flowers on the photo, I colored the roses with two colors of Twinling: yellow first, then red.
I punched the little flowers in a background I initially intended to be used for this photo, but in the end I found it to dark.
I’ve created this background with white Gesso, black Gesso, light molding paste, spray inks (Primary Elements + water), Silks and gold wax.
So, after punching the flowers, I decorated them with black Liquid Pearls and glitters
I covered the chipboards with a thin layer of clear crackle paste, then I colored them with green Twinkling.
7 Dots Studio products:
Domestic Goddess – Tag 12×12
Domestic Goddess – Kitchen Wallpaper
Domestic Goddess – Ah whatever
Cold country – Clear stamps
Nature Walk – Clear stamps
Illumination – Chipboards
A plain notepad looked bland and it definitely needed a bit of modification. Vintage photos along with a short but valuable massage turned out to be an appropriate additions.
My supplies were:
Cold Country – Clear Stamps,
Cold Country – Die-cut Elements 12×12,
Cold Country – Lost Letter
7 Dots Studio – Illumination – Word Stickers 6×12