Clearly Besotted – Picture Perfect

Hello everyone! I’m so excited to share today’s card with you! It’s bright and happy, which I thought was perfect for the beginning of June. A new month, closer to summer and all things sunshine and happy!

Last week I shared a couple of cards featuring Clearly Besotted stamps and stencil, a new-to-me company. Today I’m back with another stamp set I snagged at the same time as those. It was too cute to resist.

To create this card, I started by stamping images from Picture Perfect, colored them with my copics and used my scan-n-cut to cut them out. Then I pulled out that awesome Stamp On It stencil and inked a white 3.5×3.5 square using it. I started with a melon colored ink in the center and then a yellow on the edges, blending them together in the middle. I love how this turned out!!!!

Using my images as a guide on the inked panel, I stamped a few sentiments from the set in one of the stenciled squares.

Next, I moved on to assembly and decided that the melon cardstock I chose for my background was too plain. I pulled out the smaller, secondary images from the stamp set and created my own tone-on-tone patterned paper for a little extra interest.

After that was fixed, I adhered the melon cardstock to a white cardbase and popped up the inked square with foam tape. Then I popped up my images with foam squares and moved on to finishing touches.

For those, I added glossy accents to the camera and Stickles to the smaller images for a little sparkle.

This set has so much potential and I’ve got so many ideas for it! I can’t wait to keep creating! I think a bunch of photos taped to a wall or hung on a line will be so much fun!

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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