Hello SCT fans! Time for another cut file freebie for you and this one is perfect for fall! Fall has basically already hit where I live, so it is only appropriate that this month’s freebie is fall related.

October 2017 free cut file for Scrapbook & Cards Today


I love all the simple leaves in this month’s freebie. You can totally customize them into almost any sort of project! I have asked Mari Clarke to join me this month and check out what she created with the cut file.

Mari Clarke fall card for Scrapbook & Cards Today

Supply List: -Nicole Nowosad cut file :)-patterned paper from Echo Park “A Perfect Autumn”-Strathmore Bristol Smooth White cardstock-Ranger Distress Woodgrain cardstock-Recollections gold glitter paper-Little Things from Lucy’s Cards “The Colours of Fall” sequins-Echo Park “A Perfect Autumn” chipboard-Ranger Distress Oxide (spiced marmalade, fossilized amber, broken china)-Thankful die Simon Says Stamp-Cathy Zielske “Hello You” stamp set-My Favorite Things Scallop Frame die-My Favorite Things Cross Stitch Circle die-white craft foam-Stick-it paper-acetate paper-3M 1/4″ double sided tape


Mari Clark for Scrapbook & Cards Today

“This leaf cut file created the perfect dimensional detail to this fall shaker thank you card! ~ Mari

What a great card Mari! I just love all the detail the leaves add! I decided to create a layout using the leaves for my project.

Nicole Nowosad for Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine

I cut several different leaves from varying patterned paper by Simple Stories to decorate my larger title on the page. Such a simple way to embellish a masculine page too!

Supplies: Patterned paper, stickers – Simple Stories, Wood Alphas  – Pinkfresh Studio; Wood veneers – Freckled Fawn; Wood buttons: Shimelle

Thank you to Mari Clarke for joining me on the blog today! To check out more of Mari’s work, check her out on her blog: https://mariclarkecreations.wordpress.com/ or find her on Instagram: @marisealark

Don’t forget to download today’s cut file and so many others that have been created over the years right here!

~ Nicole Nowosad, DT member for Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine