Free all-weather patterned papers

From glorious sunshine to April showers, these printables will have you crafting fun-filled cards, whatever the weather!

Free all-weather printables
Published: November 2, 2019 at 5:06 pm
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We’re forecasting plenty of gorgeous cards are going to be made with these wonderful weather printable papers from Papercraft Inspirations 176!

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Designed by Jenny Ellory, these papers, toppers and sentiments feature colourful rainbows, sunbeams, wellington boots, umbrellas and more!

Whether you use April showers as a good excuse to stay tucked up indoors catching up on your crafting, or a chance to grab your wellington boots and gleefully jump into the nearest puddle, these papers capture the dewy mornings and golden, sun-washed afternoons of spring.

For added dimension on your makes, use several fussy-cut umbrellas, folded in half and layered together, to create 3D toppers for your card! You can cut out the images from some of the patterned papers to create extra toppers, too!

The sentiments included in the set are perfect for handmade birthday cards, get well cards and more! They’re also ideal for just sending a little note to friends and family to let them know you’re thinking of them and to brighten their day.

Download your all-weather patterned papers:

To download each patterned paper sheet, click on the link below the image and it will open in a new window. You can then save/download the sheet. There are a total of four patterned paper sheets to download for the entire collection.

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Free all-weather printables 1

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Authors

Jenny ElloryIllustrator

An experienced illustrator, Jenny Ellory has created designs for fashion, stationery, homeware and publishing companies. After studying surface pattern design at university, Jenny has learned to find inspiration everywhere around her, and especially loves to create nature designs. You can find out more about her designs and check out her blog on her website, www.jennyellory.co.uk

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