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.
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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