Call Me Debby

Hey, everyone. If you’ve been around the card making industry for a minute, you know who Debby Hughes is. And I think she is incredible. So I wanted to channel my inner Debby and create a soft, floral, masterpiece. I got some more inspiration from the Color Throwdown challenge-


So when I saw these colors I knew I wanted to try coloring with Copics in gray card stock. Here’s how it turned out-


I first stamped the image using my stamping platform with Versamark, I heard you’re not supposed to use Copics on embossing powder, so I didn’t, but who knows if that’s a real thing or not. Anyways, I colored with a pair of pink Copics. Then I put the panel back in my stamping platform and inked it up again with Versamark so I could white heat emboss the rose- which is from Altenew. I foam mounted the gray panel onto a kraft card base and added a sentiment label from Mama Elephant’s Occasional Labels set. A few splatters of white ink and a trio of Pretty Ponk Posch sparkling clear sequins finished this card.


Thanks for for stopping by and go show Debby some love over at!


7 thoughts on “Call Me Debby

  1. Love it, Kevin. I think Debby would be proud. I’m glad I read the blog. When I first saw the title I “saw” “Just call me Daddy.” I was like, “what?” 😂🤣😂


  2. I too love Debby Hughes, I love to CASE her work, she is a card making genius. I love your card, the white embossing is GENIUS. I wanted to comment on your CASology Fit card, but couldn’t find the post, that made me laugh a lot. Cx


  3. Gorgeous CAS design and this would make Debby proud! You captured her style beautifully! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CTD!


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