Summer Fun Event with HIT and Paper Temptress

Summer Fun Event with HIT and Paper Temptress



Paper Temptress is the Guest Designer for Hearts in Touch Stamps this month and each of the Hearts In Touch design team members will be sharing beautiful Hearts In Touch stamps and gorgeous paper from Paper Temptress. Be sure to visit the Hearts In Touch blog to view beautiful creations from the other design team members.



My card today uses images from HIT "In the Garden" and I did versamark resist on White Grandee felt and layered on Emerald Green Grande for contrast and Serpentine Stardrems. The base is the GORGEOUS Midnight Blue Linen Love the linen papers! The card base is stamped with versamark and pearl ex brushed over.

14 comments:

Holly said...

wow! I'll bet in real life this just shimmers with the pearl ex!
This is really beautiful Debby!

Lynn Mercurio said...

This is a stunning creation Debby. The background is beautiful and a wonderful enhancement to your lovely focal image. Awesome job.

Ali Manning/newenglandstamper said...

Your card is so soft and beautiful!

Maria Matter said...

Ok, I gotta say it.....This is gorgeousssssss Debby!!

I bet it's even more stunning IRL!
great job!
take care
Blessings, Maria

Anita said...

Beautiful card!

Heather the Mooselover said...

Very elegant!

Heather said...

What a beautiful card!!

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

WOW! so pretty!

Anne said...

Very pretty card Debby, but where are you and whatcha doing?

Hope all is well with you
Hugs
Anne

Emma said...

Simply stunning...
Emma x

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