21 april 2014

More 7 Dot´s Studio

Easter is soon over. We have been away resting and socializing in our caravan. Celebrating a 6 year old and had wonderful meals. Bulked up with tranquility to produce more creativity the next coming weeks. 

I´m showing another card made for my Guest Design spot with 7 Dot´s Studio today. This one made with paint, ink, gesso and strips of patterned papers. Love the alphas and the little die cut sentence card!


Material used: Hopefully – Dance With MeHopefully 12×12 StickersHopefully – Amuse Me, Hopefully – Hug Me. Stamps from Prima Marketing. Ink from Ayeeda (13arts) and Heidi Swapp.
Hopefully – Play with Me

15 april 2014

7 Dot´s Studio Guest Designer - Love you to the moon

I´m showing a card I made for my Guest mission with 7 Dot´s studio. This card was made using 3 collections - Hopefully, Love is in the Air and Messy Head.


The card was made using a patterned paper as base (Love is in the air - Illusion). I layered a couple of leftover pieces from the same paper and covered it with different layers of gesso and ink. When dry I added the randomly stamped details (stamp fom Prima Marketing). The frame was cut out from Hopefully "Never let me go". The sentence is a round die cut from the Messy Head line. Decoration is from my stash and if I don´t remember wrong the heart is Maya Road and the flowers Prima. The photo holder is 7 Gypsies i think. Ink from Ayeeda (13arts).

14 april 2014

SODAsketch #4

Looove the sketches from SODAlicious almost as much at their products. This is a messy yet settled page for sketch no 4.


Material used: Patterned papers; SODAlicous "Cook, eat, wash - repeat" (Your own tool/Write it down). "Who lives here" (Raindrops/Stick stories). Embellishments; SODAlicious button and various chipboard. Linnie Blooms canvas shapes.  Paint & ink from Maya Road.

7 april 2014

Coffee - 7 Dot´s Studio Guest Designer

I´m so happy to be Aprils guest designer at 7 Dot´s Studio! I love their products and always find so much inspiration creating with them.

One of my projects was this page made with the Messy Head line. I love the papers and embellishments from that line - they are fun and funky at the same time as they are so versatile. You can use them for a mixed media project, a romantic page or for a clean and simple page - fits for everything!!




I started by applying a thin layer of gesso on the area of the paper I would use. After drying with the heater I glued on strips of torn tissue paper (the trick is not to press down to hard, and to add a lot of clear drying adhiesive). After a couple of minutes drying time (don´t use the heater – the paper will burn….) I randomly applied glue over the tissue paper strips, sprinkled some embossing powder and dried it all with the theater. After this I got a background effect that reminds a bit of distressed copper. Finishing up the background effect with stamps and a bit of different mediums before adding the decorations.

Material used: Patterned papers; 7 Dot´s Studio Messy Head (Big Words). Embellishments; 7 Dot´s Studio Messy Head Element stickers & Alphas. 7 Dot´s Studio 9th Wave Bingo Card. Prima Marketing Flowers & Stamps. Inkido feathers. Zing embossing powder.

1 april 2014

Fly Away Card

This is a good to have card made for the 7 Dots Studio March challenge Fly Away.


Material used: Patterned paper: 7 Dots Studio Cold Country (Forgotten Tears). Embellishments: 7 Dots Studio Nature Walk Die cut tags & Die cuts. Scrapienic Chipboard Butterly. Ayeeda ink. Tread and fabric from my stash.