Sunday, July 24, 2016

7 Dots Studio Monthly challenge



Hi everyone
Its that time again to join us for the 7 Dots Studio monthly challenge.
This month's challenge theme is:
"Favorite Quote"

During our life we all gather many different quotes, that we use when the situation is appropriate. Some of them are just for fun and some of them should uplift us. Will you share with us your favourite quote?



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The rules are as simple as A, B, C:
- create any project inspired by the theme – Favourite Quote
- use at least one 7 Dots Studio product
- publish your project on you blog with a link to our challenge
- do not forget to include in your blog post our “inspirational circle” (you will find it at the top of this blog post)
- use inlinkz and please link directly to your blog post, not to the whole blog
Challenge is open till August 2016, 19th midnight CET
We announce winners by the end of July. One lucky person will win one Collection Kit and one 6×6 pad!

Join the challenge HERE

Have a wonderful day!!


Thursday, July 21, 2016

Contentment- Blue Fern Studios Attic Charm with Video tutorial



Here is my second layout for this month's post at the Blue Fern Studios Blog using the Attic Charm collection as well. This one has a video tutorial below.



Here is the video tutorial:


and here are some close-ups of the layout!!





Products
Blue Fern Studios Attic charm Spring posy
Blue Fern Studios Attic charm Attic key
Blue Fern Studios flowers
Blue Fern Studios Jeweled frame
Blue Fern Studios contentment chipboard title
Blue Fern Studios cotton candy embossing powder
Prima flower vine
Prima Finnabair heavy white gesso
Prima Finnabair light paste
Prima flower stencil
Tim Holtz distress embossing ink


Thank you so much for visiting my blog
Have a wonderful day!!

Monday, July 18, 2016

Sweet- Blue Fern Studios Attic Charm with step by step tutorial



Hi Everyone,
This month I created two layouts for Blue Fern Studios with the Attic Charm collection.
Here is the first layout. It has a step by step PDF tutorial below.
Enjoy!!


This "Sweet" pastel I used the Attic Charm Mercantile paper as the background. This is a cute picture of my daughter with our dog Cookie!!
Below is a step by step tutorial on how I created this layout.






The Bourbon Street stamp was used below:




Products
Blue Fern Studios Attic Charm collection 
Blue Fern Studios Royal Heart frame chipboard
Blue Fern Studios sweet chipboard title
Blue Fern Studios Bird Ornament chipboard
Blue Fern Studios cotton candy and lime embossing powders
Blue Fern Studios Bourbon street stamp
Blue Fern Studios flowers
 white gesso 
distress embossing ink


Thank you so much for visiting my blog
Have a fantastic day!!

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Just a Glimpse- Designed for 7 Dots Studio


Hi Everyone,
I'm back again designing a brand new layout for 7 Dots Studio


Here is the video tutorial on how I created this layout:


Just a glimpse is such a simple phrase that makes us think of a moment in time when we caught just a small part of something bigger than life. Its that moment that we can remember with love in our hearts. I want to always remember small glimpses of my life, just like this one as my two kids were playing together in the lake. I loved catching this rare moment when they both got along and it was the perfect picture to scrapbook on this layout.


Here are some more close-ups of my layout:




Products:
7 Dots Studio Verano Azul- white plank
7 Dots Studio 9th Wave- die-cut elements
The Crafters Workshop stencil 
Prima Finnabair Dust and Rust stamp
Prima Finnabair black gesso
Ranger black archival ink
Prima white vines
Tim Holtz pine needles distress ink
13 Arts turquoise metallic acrylic paint
Blue Fern Studios chipboard
Flowers: unknown


Thanks so much for visiting my blog
Have a wonderful day!!


Thursday, July 7, 2016

Tribal Woman- Art Journaling Page


Hi everyone,
I created this art journaling page on an airplane ride recently.
I painted a bunch of backgrounds in advance and then just took some markers and pens. Then I created this double page spread.


I knew I wanted to make a woman's face. I've been experimenting and learning how to draw faces. I'm not the best at drawing faces but I'm trying and getting more into it.
this time I drew a tribal woman but she can also be a sun goddess, autumn goddess, tribal warrior, etc.


I loved drawing this woman, especially her leafy hair crown. It took me almost my whole airplane ride to paint her but time past really fast!!




Products
Ranger Dyan Reavley Art Journal
Golden fluid acrylics
Molotow acrylic marker- white and brown
Faber-Castell Artists Pitt Big brush pens- black, scarlet red and orange glaze
Prima honey comb stamp
Faber-Castell black gelato
Ranger black gel pen
White gel pen



Thank you so much for visiting my blog
Have a wonderful day!!!