Tag Archives : Louise Nelson

Accordion tag album by Louise Nelson


Today I would like to share with you a little accordion style tag album I created with a mind that it would be perfect for a gift. The festive season is fast approaching and this project would be the perfect gift for grand and godparents. This little tag album is also a fabulous stash busting project where you could use…

Vintage Look ATC by Louise Nelson


Today Louise is sharing with us 3 Vintage look Artist Trading Cards she created. Louise doesn’t often do vintage style projects, and even rarer is for her to use photo chips. She was looking through all her 7 Dots Studio stash looking for inspiration and just couldn’t go past one of the very early release ranges, Cold Country. This was…

Keep it Simple – Two Layouts by Louise Nelson


For today Louise is sharing with us 2 simple in design layouts using the fabulous new release range – Garden Party. Louise took a ‘Keep it Simple’ approach to her layout design to showcase some of the beautiful and versatile elements of the Garden Party range. Layout 1 – Friends   Layout 2 – Look Up To The Sky 7…

Two sets of ATCs by Louise Nelson


Today Louise is sharing with us 2 sets of Artist Trading Cards. For both sets Louise has used corrugated cardboard as a background. The patterned paper overlay has been torn away to reveal the corrugations. To complete the overall look of the cards Louise has fussy cut patterns from both the Cotton Candy Dreams and Home Grown ranges, and adhered…

Grungy Love Cards by Louise Nelson


For todays Ambassador post Louise is sharing with you 3 Valentines Cards. But they aren’t your mainstream Valentine cards, they are a lil Grungy! Louise has used the fabulous Paint Chips range of papers from the 6 x 6 Designer pad, and the fabulous Hazy Days clear stamp set. To make the stamped image bold and pop, Louise has embossed…

Cardboard Tags by Louise Nelson


Today I would like to share with you a super quick and fun step out on how to use corrugated cardboard to give your 7 Dots Studio Tags a fun and funky look. Step By Step • Begin with selecting your desired tags. • Use these to draw a template onto the cardboard. • Using a Stanley knife cut out…

Mark Maker by Louise Nelson


Hello Hello 🙂 Today I would like to share with you 2 layouts I created using masking tape as a feature embellishment. One of which I have included a short step-by-step for. Masking tape is a cool and fun alternative to washi tape and adds just a fabulous visual point of difference to your layout. The step out will be…

Me Moi by Louise Nelson


Louise for this step-by-step post wanted to share with you a quick and fun way of using up older ranges of 7 Dots Studio Die-cut tags/elements. She has turned some ‘All I Ever’ large die-cuts into photo frames. All you need is a craft mat, craft knife and some large die-cut pieces. Step-By-Step • Begin by popping out the large…