Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Daydream Designs: Autumnal Wreath + Wednesday Wisdom

Hello, sweet blogging friends!  Thanks for stopping by today!  I'm here with a new card using some beautiful digital images from the Daydream Designs store and I can't wait for you to see it!  I've created an autumnal greeting card to send to someone special--take a look...


I am just in love with the beautiful wreath from the Autumn Blessings set.  I love the precolored imaged that Diane creates--they are beautiful!  The sentiment I used is from that same Autumn Blessings set.  I layered these both onto a doily to add a bit more texture and elegance.


I decided that a banner would be a fun way to add the sentiment from the Autumn Blessings set to the card.  I punched the edges of the strip, folded it over to add some dimension, and sponged edges to create a more country and distressed feel.  Two orange rhinestones finished off this portion of the card.


The wreath from the Autumn Blessings set was fussy cut out before I added it to the doily and card base.  I added five sets of orange rhinestones as "berries" to add some more texture.  They work perfectly with the two cute acorns at the bottom of the wreath!


I totally love the final creation.  It just screams fall to me!  It also reminds me to be thankful in all things.  The changing of the seasons is a great reason to renew and refresh.  I am grateful that our Father in Heaven gives us so many reminders to continually change!


That's all for me today, friends!  I hope you go and grab these fabulous digi elements and take some time to browse the rest of the store!  HUGS, autumn blessings, and happy {digi} stamping to you!

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5 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous Mynn
Gr Karin

Lisa said...

Such a pretty wreath, this is lovely Mynn!

fabiola jaques said...

quelle richesse de couleurs, elle est très belle, biz

Diane Noble said...

Beyond beautiful, dear friend! Your style never fails to totally delight. Love it!!!

Lisa Lara said...

Love your fall wreath Mynn.