Picture Perfect

Happy Wednesday, everyone!  

I have another layout to share with you today that I created using some more modeling paste (you can check out my tutorial on how to do that here) and another exciting announcement!  I just joined Come On Get Crafty's Creative Team!  I'm so excited to be starting this new creative adventure with Nicole and her amazing online shop!  Be sure to stop by and check out all of her fabulous products :)  

Now on to today's layout...

I had this very recent photo of my family (all of us!) at my son's sixth birthday party last month that I couldn't wait to scrap, but it was one of those deals where I needed some inspiration and some direction.  When I received my March Studio Calico kits in the mail I was instantly inspired by the adorable "Picture Perfect" stamp set!  I added the "Not always" part with some itty bitty letter stickers because let's face it...nothing is perfect, even if it "seems" to be.  

My life is absolutely far from perfection (no matter how hard I try!) but when I'm with my loved ones, it is perfect.  Because we're perfect together, happy or sad, glad or mad...we're in it together and that's all that matters in the end :)

I used some more modeling paste ( I told you I was addicted :) and a star mask from SC.  I love adding a touch of color using my spray ink and I also added in a few enamel dots as well.

Oh, and Avery totally posed like that all on her own, lol!  That girl!

Have a great day and TFL!


  1. Looks fabulous! Congrats on your new DT

  2. I love all the elements that draw you in to the fabulous photo. Great choice of colors, too. :)

  3. Really cool! Now I'm definitely sold on the modeling paste!

    1. That stuff is highly addicting! Thanks, MK! xo

  4. I love your LO, especially like how you put patterned paper behind the polaroid frame!

  5. Love this effect of stars in modeling paste ! great page !

  6. Congrats for your DT !!! it's an amazing page !!!! love it !!!

  7. To say gorgeous, just doesn't seem enough. What a fabulous stamp