Metallic paper

Is the most difficult thing to capture in a photo. These are a couple of quick ;-) (not. I overthink overthink overthink!) layered embossed cards using the Zinnia image from Serendipity Stamps, which I love!!! Honestly I feel like I should be adding tons of embellishments and stuff. Actually when you have a great image and great paper what more do you need? I decided to leave these as is. I will make a couple of matching envelopes and give them as a gift :-)




12 comments:

Maria Matter said...

love the look of these Debby!!!
beautiful!!

hugs & blessings!

Holly said...

simple and absolutely spectacular!

Lynn Stevens said...

Debbie your metallics really showed up well in these.much better than mine do. Lovely !!!

Jeanette said...

Debby, these are gorgeous. I especially like the bottom one. So very pretty and you're right they are just perfect on their own.

msfreida said...

ABSOLUTELY BREATH-TAKING! Oh Debby... did you ever go over the top with these! What AWESOME designs, and this color combo ROCKS BIG TIME! WOW! :)

Hugs~

Ms. Jen said...

WOWZA! Debby that is stunning. I love butterflies and this image is one I gotta have! I agree you don't need embelishments!

Anne said...

Yeah sometimes it's hard to leave cards alone, this looks so good left so the card and the image are the stars of the show, beautiful

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Oh wow. What a great card. I love everything about it.

Joanie said...

How do you find the time to make all this beauty? We have moved from the heat of the South to the cold of New Hampshire where I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw ice fishing houses on the frozen Lake Winnipasakkkiiii (I will learn to spell it later.) I will need some of these metallics to conduct more heat.

Judy said...

Debbie these are fantastic and they have photographed beautifully.

Janet said...

this is great! i need to use metallic paper more!!
hugs

Shar said...

I love the wonderful metallic shimmer of your butterflies and your color combo is sooo cool!

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