I’ve got a free PDF for you to for awesome autumn cards for paper crafters to make at home. This one’s easy…peasey…lemon…squeezy! And perfect for this time of year!
This was one of the make’n takes from my 2019 Open House and Customer Appreciation last weekend. Did you see my sneak peek video of how we celebrated together?
This one has a cool – and super simple – technique I want to tell you about too.
Great for a masculine greeting, don’t you think? Lots of Early Espresso, with Crumb Cake and a few Pretty Peacock elements thrown in.
See that awesome two-tone detail on the leaves? No, I didn’t stamp them first (I give you the how-to below)! 😉
Autumn Cards for Paper Crafters to Make
Want to Know the Secret?
All you need to do to get that fabulous two-tone look to your leaves? Spritz your paper two to three times first before you cut the dies. Take a look.
Then the easiest way to remove the leaves once they’re cut out (because they might stick a bit in the die)? Lay them upside down (cut side up) and leave for a couple minutes. Then they should puff up a little bit and be easy to pull off the die. I put my Take Your Pick tool in the opening and it popped right off.
Now It’s Your Turn!
Click to get your FREE pdf to make this card yourself!
And here are all the supplies.
Thanks So Much
Thanks so much for taking a peek at this fall card. I hope you take a few minutes to make it yourself using that fun little technique!
I’d love to hear how you enjoyed it and what tweaks you made to these autumn cards for papercrafters to make – let me know at [email protected].