Hello again crafty friends! It’s finally fall around here (at least the Great Pumpkin Spice says so), and a few weeks ago I made some fall cards for some friends of mine. I waited to post so that I didn’t spoil them if they happened to see them online before receiving them. Ultimately, I was really happy with how they turned out:
I designed these cards in Design Space and used my Cricut Explore Air 2 to cut out the various pieces. For the line borders and text, I actually had my machine draw them out with a fine tipped marker. Normally I love handwriting stuff, but I’m such a perfectionist about it that I would probably still be working on them. I used some photo matte tape to give the leaves and pumpkin shapes some dimension, and added some twine as a finishing touch.
Admittedly, they were much more labor-intensive than I originally planned, so I only made four of them, and even that took two days. Not sure I would do the same thing again, but I’m still happy with the results.
I would love to hear what you think down below in the comments. Cheers, y’all!