Fall Everyday Cards

by Katelyn Spencer

Hey Friends! I’m up on the blog today sharing a tutorial on how to make these Fall Everyday Cards. To create these Cards, I used the Autumn Element Cut File Bundle, Fall Title Cut File Bundle, Summer Bloom Clear Stamps, Simple Sentiments Clear Stamps and Cut File, along with many more products which you can find listed at the bottom of the blog. So grab a cup of your favourite fall beverage and enjoy my tutorial on how to create these Fall Everyday Cards at home.

Check out her tutorial here!

For the Hi card, I used the Diamond stencil out of the Fernwood Botanical Stencil Set and the dots from the Summer Bloom Clear Stamps, which was perfect for creating the background on the card front. I then added the vase and pumpkins from the Autumn Elements Cut File Bundle as they were the perfect elements for my card.

For the Thinking of You Card, I loved combining the circle stencil out of the Fernwood Botanical Stencil Set and the circle cluster from the Summer Blooms Clear Stamps. By layering the patterned paper strips, border strip and leaves, they added the perfect finishing touches to the card. For both cards I used the Hearth & Home Creative Kit as well as the Hearth & Home Add On Kit.

Jennifer Edwardson Creative Inc. Supplies Used:

Summer Bloom Clear Stamps

Simple Sentiments Clear Stamps

Simple Sentiments Cut File Bundle

Autumn Elements Cut file Bundle

Fall Title Cut File Bundle 

Fernwood Bountiful Stencil Set

Hearth & Home Creative Kit

Hearth & Home Add On Kit 2

Color Vibe Textured Cardstock – Pumpkin

Color Vibe Textured Cardstock – Orange

Color Vibe Textured Cardstock – Winter (use Pine)

Distress Oxide Ink – Ground Espresso

Distress Oxide Ink – Fossilized Amber

Distress Oxide Ink – Mustard Seed

Distress Oxide Ink – Carved Pumpkin

Distress Oxide Ink – Fired Brick

AC White Cardstock

AC Kraft Cardstock

Art Glitter Glue – 4oz

3mm 1/8″ Be Creative Tape ( Sookwang)

AC Sticky Thumb 3D Foam – Squares

Thanks so much for joining me today! I hope I’ve inspired you to recreate my Fall Everyday Cards at home.

– Katelyn


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