Tag Archives : Fortune-teller

Spring lady by Riikka Kovasin


Hello there! It’s Riikka here today to share some spring cards with you. These two cards were inspired by the beautiful ladies in the 7 Dots Studio papers. I steered away from the big 12×12 sheets this time and worked only using 6×6 sheets. I used happy colors combined to white in these cards. When I think about summer and…

Hawaii holiday by Lisa Amiet


Holiday is an amazing time, worth of being remembered. Creating an album, like the one below, means capturing moments, you want to keep forever.                 7 Dots Studio supplies:   Products List: Fortune-teller – Element Stickers 6×12 Fortune-teller – Pad 6×6 Writer’s Block – Die-cut Elements 6×12 Writers Block – Word Stickers 6×12…

Hamsa by Anat Weksler


Hello dears! Today I want to share with you a very special altered project, I’ve created it for my niece who got married last week.   This MDF base is called Hamsa. Hamsa is a palm-shaped amulet popular throughout the Middle East and North Africa and commonly used in jewellery and wall hangings. I started altering it by cutting a…

Dragon by Noura Pompilla


Hello everyone! Today It’s time to show you my new project for this month plus Video tutorial. I’ve made a small canvas in blue tones inspired by a Dragon film.   I Used Gingerbread from Yuletide collection for my base and clear stamps from the same collection. For made the layers I cut some figures from Furtune teller collection ,tags…

Dream Journal by Marie Johansson


Hello crafty souls! I´m here today to share a junk journal style notebook cover that I made using the Fortune-teller Collection. I have a friend who always writes down everything that is important to her. She use plain notebooks that she has stacked up on the table beside her bed. As her birthday is coming up – I decided to…

Dreamer and Doer by Karine Gagnon


Karine is here today to share an ATC set with you. Can you believe that those are my very first ATCs ever? It’s so fun to make! I chose the Fortune Teller collection as I thought it has a lot of small images that are fun to play with and that would make the perfect focal point for small pieces…