Autumn Greetings

Autumn Greetings 2017-08-26T21:59:26+00:00

The kids are back to school, the leaves are whirling, and the days are getting shorter—all tell tale signs pointing to the arrival of the cool, fall season. Our gorgeous harvest of autumn cards is yet another hint that fall is in the air.

Autumn Greetings

birdy thank you
by Robin Mowat

  1. Make a 4.25” x 5.5” card from cream cardstock.
  2. Cut a strip of Beach Drive .5” by 4.5” and adhere it to the left edge of the card front.
  3. Cut a strip of Cedar Crescent 1.25” by 4.5” and adhere it to the right of the first strip.
  4. Cut out the “Thank you” sentiment from Maddison Street. Adhere it 0.5” from the bottom and 0.75” from the left edge of the card.
  5. Trim out a leaf from Maddison Street and cut out a bird from Alma Place. Adhere both as shown.

floral thank you
by Jacquelin Green

  1. Make a 4.25” x 5.5” card from cream cardstock.
  2. Trim a 5.25” x 5” piece of brown cardstock and adhere it to the front of the card.
  3. Trim a 4” x 2.5” piece from Rockland Road and adhere it to the center of the brown cardstock.
  4. Fussy cut several flowers from Beach Drive and one bird from Alma Place.
  5. Punch a scallop circle from cream cardstock. Fussy cut the “thank you” sentiment from Maddison Street.
  6. Attach a 5.5” piece of lace across the bottom edge of the card as shown.
  7. Layer the flowers and add bling to centers. Adhere the sentiment and the bird.
Autumn Greetings

thank you
by Grace Tolman

  1. Make a 4.25” x 5.5” card from white cardstock with the card opening at
  2. the bottom.
  3. Trim a 4” x 5.25” piece of dotted paper and adhere it to the front of the card. With a black pen, draw solid lines around the interior edge of the dotted paper.
  4. Add white pen stitches to the chalkboard die-cut and adhere it to the left side of
  5. the card.
  6. Trim a 0.5” strip from grid paper. Cut one end into a “v” and adhere it to the center of the card.
  7. Adhere a sentiment sticker to dotted paper and trim with scallop scissors.
  8. Wrap a length of brown floss around the card once and tie it into a ribbon.
  9. Add the scalloped sentiment to the card with pop dots, directly over the brown floss.
  10. Add the floral brad and die-cut leaf
  11. as shown.

autumn welcome
by Liz Qualman

  1. Make a 6” x 6” card from tan cardstock. Round the bottom corners of the card with a corner punch.
  2. Trim a piece of patterned paper to 5.5” x 5.5” and round the bottom corners with a corner punch. Adhere it to the front of the card.
  3. Trim a 4” x4” piece of cream cardstock and adhere it to a 4.25” x 4.25” piece of deep red cardstock. Adhere this matted piece to the center of the card.
  4. Add the tree and sentiment rub-ons to the cream cardstock, slightly below the center.
  5. Using a felt tip marker, draw dashed lines below the sentiment.

back to school
by Danielle Flanders

  1. Make a 4” x 5.5” card from yellow cardstock.
  2. Back the clear transparency with blue polka dot paper; trim the excess from
  3. the edges and adhere it to the front
  4. of the card.
  5. Trim the canvas border (stars) 4” long and adhere it to the card at an angle.
  6. Trim the ABC border 4” and adhere it to the card under the canvas border.
  7. Loop the ribbon and adhere it to the card as shown. Add the cardstock sticker with pop dots. Attach the brad to the center of the ribbon with a glue dot.
  8. Apply the “back 2 school” rub-on to patterned paper; trim it to 3” and adhere it to the card near the bottom as shown.