Give Thanks By Debbie Brownmiller

Hello. It's Debbie from Debbie' s Time Out. Glad to see you here today. Today I have created a
" Give Thanks" card. I had this beautiful paper with colorful fall leaves in my stash that I thought would be perfect paper for this design that I had in mind.

I cut a couple of mats and then layered the largest of the Horizon Square Boutique Stacker Frames   cut out of the pattern paper. I cut a couple of Mini Butterflies w Angel Wings  and layered them over the butterflies that were part of the paper pattern to give a 3D effect. I colored some white pearls green with my Copics to match the paper and used glossy accents to add rain droplets on the leaves.

I've just got to show you a close up of the  twiggy wreath that  I used as my focal point. The Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath   is a great design for making a wreath for any season or occasion. I used two layers of this wreath popping each layer up. I left one crow attached and cut the crow from the second cut and perched him up on the sign. I hung the sign (which I printed from the internet)  from the top of the wreath. What a perfect sentiment for this challenge theme. A few of the branches from the Branch set were inked in fall colors to match and tucked in here and there. A bow finished off the wreath nicely. 

Thanks for joining me today.  I now invite you to join our weekly challenge
@ for your chance to win a $20.00 shopping spree.  I will see you next Friday when I will share another project with you. I am sure you will like the design of it. 

Have a crafty week my friends!


Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:
Horizon Square Boutique Stacker Frames - DL253
Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath - B469
Mini Butterflies w Angel Wings - D138
Branch (Set of 2) - B466


  1. Your Autumn card design is beautiful! I am glad you used the twiggy wreath. I was thinking too it would work for any season and it looks awesome on your Thanksgiving card. I think one could make it into a Christmas one quite easily as well.

  2. Yes Verna this twiggy wreath is really versatile. Christmas like you said would definitely work as well as easter, halloween or even just all occasion cards.


Thank you for your support of Cheery Lynn Designs. We love to read your comments and appreciate you taking the time to leave them.

Powered by Blogger.