When I scrap I often want to make something in another way, different. When I saw feminine “Thougts Keeper” papers for the first time I was wondering if it is possible to make a boyish project with them. And I had to try.


This page is about my older son and his passion – football. He often plays as a goalkeeper and he’s good at it. I really don’t mindthat in the future my son was a famous football player and played in Spain or Italy for example.



But what I really want is that he was a good, happy man with passion…

I used:
Thoughts Keeper – no2
Thoughts Keeper – pad 6×6
Thoughts Keeper – Tags 12×12
Thoughts Keeper – Word Stickers 6×12
Thoughts Keeper – Die-cut Elements 6×12
Thoughts Keeper – Element Stickers 6×12
Destination Unknown – Line Elements Mask


These two layouts are my first with the new collections. And how I adore those new collections! Full of great colors and patterns! So mixable, so inspiring! And I love the stencils and the stamps, too! For a mixed media style scrapbooker like me they are really awesome supplies as you there’s just so million ways to use them on a project!


For these pages I used the “Thoughts Keeper” mainly but mixed some of the older collections in and also added a few touches of the other new ones. The turquoise one is done of my younger daughter. She’s a real darling and sweet girl, but sometimes it would be nice if she was listening what she’s being said. It’s almost comical how she can reply something to a question and it’s nothing even closely near to the thing that is the current topic.

I cut several stars from a “Thoughts Keeper” paper but also from “Illumination”. Then I layered them across my page and added some acrylic paint, stamping and diecuts in the mix.
The pink one is made Amsterdam in mind. Like the journaling reads, both me and my hubby have visited the city but in separate occasions. So it would be sometimes great to visit the city as a family. The picture is taken when I explored the city together with Marsha, Elina and Minna.


I started by attaching the layers behind the photo and then the whole cluster to the background. Then I layered a multitude of diecuts, stickers and other embellishments to the page.


Supplies from 7 Dots Studio:
Thoughts Keeper: No 2
Thoughts Keeper: No 6
Thoughts Keeper: 6×6 Pad
Thoughts Keeper: Die-Cut Elements6x12
Thoughts Keeper: Clear Stamps
Soulmates: Damask Mask
Soulmates: Squares Mask
Soulmates: Element Stickers
Soulmates: Die-Cut Elements 6×12
Destination Unknown: Line Elements Mask
Destination Unknown: Die-Cut Elements 6×12
Destination Unknown: Element Stickers 6×12
Nature Walk: 6×6 Pad
Nature Walk: Chipboards
Illumination: 6×6 Pad
Illumination: Chipboards
Hopefully: Stickers 12×12
All I Ever: Stickers 12×12
All I Ever: Summer Night Alpha Stickers