Tag Archives : Eirini Tsaima

Record your story by Eirini Tsaima


Hello dear 7 dots fans!! Today I want to share with you a mini album I made for a sweet friend and her husband, for keeping their memories alive. They went for their honeymoon in the U.S and they took many amazing photos, so I thought it was the best gift. And here it is… I used Writer’s Block collection…

Steampunk Tag by Eirini Tsaima


Happy New Year dear 7 Dots Fans! This is my first post this year and I really enjoy the holidays. I wish you all, beautiful moments, treasured memories and all the blessing a heart can know. Today I will share with you a tag I made, using a steampunk-vintage photo and Writers block collection pad 6×6, in order to fit…

Holiday season by Eirini Tsaima


Hello everyone…Droping by today, to share my regular post ,using the new Writer’s Block collection’s 6×6 pads for two Christmas cards. Yes,yes I know everyone would love to use Yuletide collection for Christmas creations but I wanted to use something different this time. More of a white and bright, black and brown colour palette. And I found it in Writer’s…

Wintry by Eirini Tsaima


Hello everyone!! Are you in a Winter/Christmas mood? Oh I am…for sure. This year I decided to start earlier with my Christmas crafts and cards in order to be up and ready early in the season. Mini albums,cards, teacher’s gift etc. Today I have a wintry and a bit Christmas like layout for you. Using the Homegrown’s collection paper “Flirty”…

Owls by Eirini Tsaima


Hello dear 7 Dots Studio fans around the world …It’s Eirini here today with a monochromatic layout using the “Homegrown” collection and some old collection elements from “Cold country”. I didn’t use many flowers , as I thought that my chipboards will do the job and too many flowers will make my work remind of the spring season… Besides, the…

Wild at heart by Eirini Tsaima


Hello everyone!! Have you ever been so dizzy but the same time so creative?? This is what has happened to me with the following layout… My dizziness in everyday matters and issues with the work and kids, told me to stop everything right now and start creating art. Mind has great power and creativity release it. So this exactly has…

September challenge – Steampunk


This month we would like to encourage you to create any Steampunk project. According to Wikipedia: “Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.”     Here is the inspiration from our team: For this challenge Louise has taken a simple approach to the steampunk theme,…