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Love the work they do on this blog and the creative ways they use paper products. A couple of months ago, the Design Team started showing snippets of a 7 Dots Studio paper line called Nature Walk. It was love at first sight. 

I ordered a packet along with some embellishments and was sent (thank you!) some additional goodies to play with.

The waterfall bracket tags are cut from super sturdy chipboard

and really easy to work with.

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I first dyed the edges with Black Soot Distress Stain

then used Nature Walk 6x6 paper pad to cover each of the tags.


The flower was cut using a Spellbinders die

then glittered up a bit.

The leaves are Tim Holtz tin leaves and the butterfly

was cut from another 7 Dots paper and popped up.

Lovely Day is from Nature Walk's sticker sheet.

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Wanting to hightlight the little bird on this paper

so it was colored with a Copic Marker.

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Tag 2:

The pretty scrolly design was cut from one of the papers

to use as a pocket then popped up to create space.

The tags were also cut from Nature Walk.

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The flowers were cut from Nature Walk

using a Memory Box die.

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Tag 3:

A mini-envelope (from an old unmarked die)

and journaling card.

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Tag 4:

A fold-out booklet for more photos.

Love the side mount lamp post.

The tiny bird sitting on the lamp post is from a

really old punch I had in my stash. 

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Um Wow is the distributor in the U.S.

for this beautiful Nature Walk collection.

Check out the other products on the Um Wow site!




You made an amazingly beautiful little book, Nancy.
Thanks for sharing

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