01 September 2020

Clearly Besotted | September Release Launch

Yay! The new Clearly Besotted September release is available TONIGHT at 8:00 pm BST (UK time). It’s time to shop! You can find the new collection at the Clearly Besotted store or at Simon Says Stamp

Here is one more inspiration card using products from the newest September release:



The cat witch, the bat, the black background scene and the sentiment are from the newest Balloon Bunch Halloween set. The speech bubble is from the Pop Up Psst stamp set. The background was made with Distress inks and blending tools. I created my own window stencil using scrap paper.

Head over to the Clearly Besotted blog to check out what the Design Team has created! Don’t forget to check my Instagram feed for more inspiration!



Thanks so much for visiting my blog today!

Francine

8 comments:

Michelle Short said...

That’s so cool having the scene With the distressed edges! Works perfectly for the images. I love it! Thank you so much for guesting with us this month, Francine. Your cards have been amazing!

Keren Baker said...

The window stencil you’ve made looks so cool. Great idea! The purple background is spooky! So glad you’ve been with us this month- it’s been a real treat coming over to see what you’ve created! xx

Lisa T said...

Omg. I love it! Bold colours and the torn frame are a match made in heaven! Super cute scene Francine. Have loved seeing all your cards this month, they have all been fabulous! Xx

Andrea Hastilow said...

What an awesome window to be peeping through to see witchy cat , your scene is spooktacular, living those purples. Thank you for sharing all your designs as guest designer, stay healthy and happy creating x

Mendi Yoshikawa said...

Wow! What a cool card and technique with the homemade stencil. LOVE it!

Daria Z. said...

Absolutely love this, Francine!! The way you did the edging is just perfect for this adorable little scene.

Purple Princess said...

So super cute!!

Barb Ghig said...

Fabulous Halloween card, Francine! Love your purple sky and how you created the window stencil...very clever!