Saturday, July 12, 2014

Us 3 {12x12 SATW | 7DS}

Today I've got a 12x12 to share with you as my first official project on the 7 Dots Studio team!

7 Dots Studio is a super sponsor over @ Scrap Around The World and today The 7Dots team is inspiring you on their blog using a superb mood board created by Tusia herself! 

I did a 12x12 utilizing a piece of paper from the 9th Wave Collection by Finnabair for 7 Dots Studio and a giant sheet of watercolor paper.

I trimmed off a 3inch piece of a sheet from 9th wave and adhered it down to my watercolor paper. Then I gessoed over the break in paper to help the two blend together, spreading the gesso out on the two papers. I layered up some background bits like coffee splatters and rings, mist splatters, and 2 favorites of my designs for Viva Las VegaStamps! (Invoice/waybill background and Clockface.)

This bit underneath the photo is comprised of a Nature Walk diecut tag, a big fussy cut Chevron from the Nature Walk Songbird sheet, some May Arts Webbing and Burlap string, and a tag reinforcement from UmWowStudio's Soar Tag Set. You can really see the texture of the gesso in this photo.

This little cluster at the bottom includes the Invoice stamping,  some layering of 9th wave Leaf diecuts using a Magnolia die, some Nature Walk diecut elements, and a Prima flower.

The date stamp is just from a date stamp where you can dial up the appropriate date. There's a paper doily, a piece from the Airmail Grid Pocket Chip, a piece from From The Heart flair, and the #3 tab from Round Numbered Tabs all by UmWowStudio. There's also a few more leaves from 9th wave.

I also layered up a large tag from Nature Walk, the punch label stickers from Nature Walk and some staples. You'll notice a few brushes of gesso and some more coffee splattering around to help the continuity of the page.


  1. I love the balance of this page and the color combo!! LOVELY!

  2. LOVE all of the elements! Great page!

  3. Very pretty, love the colors and layered tags and embellishments are gorgeous!

  4. Yum, yum, yum, I totally want to run my fingers over this!