Free autumn leaves paper
These awesome autumn free papers replicate the joys of the season, with pretty patterned papers and individual leaf toppers.
The crisp rustle of leaves underfoot is one of the many delights of autumn, as the ground becomes paved in gold, orange and rust-red foliage – use the fall toppers for découpage designs as well as creating gorgeous wreaths around your sentiment.
The patterned papers include delicate leaf details, bare trees, acorns and complementary borders to create autumnal cards, papercraft projects or on your scrapbook pages. Rustle up your own cards today using these free autumn leaves papers!
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Make this Happy Birthday card
Cover a white portrait card base with wood-effect paper, leaving a 5mm border. Use double-sided tape to stick a narrow strip of stripy paper along the bottom edge.
Cut out some leaves, add double-sided tape to the reverse, and arrange them around the edge of the "happy birthday" topper. Use sticky foam pads to lift the top of each leaf.
For extra dimension, use sticky foam pads to place your wreath topper towards the centre of the card. Finish by adding a dainty bow above your birthday sentiment.
Download your free autumn papers:
To download your free autumn leaves papers, click on the link and it will open in a new window. You can then save/download the entire collection – or, if you prefer, download each page individually below. Scroll the gallery to see what freebies you’ll be getting!
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We hope you’ve enjoyed these free autumn leaves papers! We have plenty of other free printables here on Gathered, too – like these free woodland animal printables, or these gorgeous sunflower printables.
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