Free Printable DIY Fall Paper Flowers

Please click on the text link further down on the page to see and download the free printable fall flowers template.


For those who enjoyed making my subscriber-only spring paper flowers, I now bring you the fall version. Dressed in autumn colors, these easy-to-make DIY flowers are perfect for fall decorating. I usually would make something like this as cupcake toppers but this time I thought it would be fun to put them in clay pots, which cost a whole 70 cents each at Home Depot. (When you add the ribbon around the edge and brown Easter grass from the dollar store as I did, each costs about 10-15 cents more.) These also would be cute in a weathered wooden flower box brought indoors and displayed for the colder weather, and, of course, on cupcakes.

As I mentioned, these flowers are for my newsletter subscribers only. But the newsletter is free, so anyone can get access. Just sign up using the button below, and don't forget to confirm the subscription when the confirmation e-mail is sent. Your e-mail address will be safe with me. I hate spam and would never sell or give access to anyone's e-mail address.

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Please note: I will send out the first newsletter that contains the flower template on November 1, and then at a rate of about two times a week after that. So new subscribers will only have to wait a maximum of five days before they get the printable.

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Credits: The beautiful flowers were originally designed by Josy Carson. I embellished them a bit to make them easier to cut.

* Here are all the past subscriber-only printables that have been distributed to date: a luau tiki totem decoration, 3D spring paper flowers, an Easter bunny decoration and these summer and Indian summer 3D butterflies. There also was a 3D graduation decoration that isn't pictured on this blog. These will all be accessible to new subscribers through links at the bottom of the newsletter.

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8 comments:

  1. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Hello, was wondering if you were able to send this link to me as they would look lovely in the classroom instead of dying flowers.
    I already receive your newletter and have downloaded the spring flowers to use. thank you

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    1. My apologies, these were supposed to be linked at the bottom of every newsletter. I'll add them now. But the next newsletter won't go out until next week, so please send an e-mail to the address on the contact page, and I'll send you the flowers.

      Thanks for bringing this to my attention!

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  3. Thank you for you quick reply, its okay I can wait until the next newsletter to get my copy of them. Have a nice New Year :)

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  4. This is so fun! A great way to display "flowers" for fall without worrying about them going bad. :)

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    1. Thanks, Casey. and they're actually really pretty in person, if I do say so myself. :-)

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  5. What a great easy craft! I bet this would look great on the teacher's desk! Happy Fall!

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