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Fall Card with Printed Plaid Background

Fall Card with Printed Plaid Background

Hey y’all, it’s Stephanie Vittorio from Coffee Stamps Chaos here with a fun and simple project for you! Fall is definitely in the air, the air is cool and crisp, the leaves have pretty much all changed colors and it’s the perfect season for hot drinks, hot soups and cozy socks! I don’t know about you, but I love the changing of the seasons and there is something special about fall. So let’s make a fun and simple fall card, it’ll make a perfect addition to a fall gift basket for your friends or family along with some hot drink mixes, soup mixes and cozy socks, or even a cozy new blanket and a good book!  

Heres the list of supplies you’ll need: 

rust colorplan, white birch wood veneer, oatmeal speckletone, and bitter chocolate colorplan papers in a stack

Now that we have our supplies, let’s get started! 

I always start with my die cutting, because this is usually where my ideas begin. I cut three each of the letters in Oatmeal Speckletone - I doubled up my Cardstock to make this process go faster. Then I die cut one each of the letters needed from the White Birch Wood Veneer

die cutting letters on Oatmeal Speckletone paper

Next, I print the plaid digital background onto the Rust paper. I then die cut my base layer using my stitched rectangle dies 

plaid digital background printed on rust colorplan cardstock and die cut into a rectangle

Once the die cutting was done, I glued my letters together, 3 each of Oatmeal Speckletone and then added the wood veneer layer on top, I repeated this process for each letter, and it honestly goes faster than you’d think. I love the dimension this gives the letters!

layering Wood Veneer die cut letters on top of Oatmeal Speckletone die cut letters

Once my letters were all glued together I created the layering for my card. I layered Sirio Ultra Black behind the orange layer and trimmed it so it just peeked out a little bit, then did the same with the Oatmeal Speckletone. I used a ruler to make sure my letters were aligned and glued them in place. I added foam tape to the back of the main panel and popped it up on my Bitter Chocolate card base. 

    using a ruler to attach letters to the plaid card base

    Now sit back and admire your work!! 

    Happy Fall Y'all plaid background card with die cut letters on Rust Colorplan paper


    Thanks for hanging out with me! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and I hope you will share your creations using Cardstock warehouse papers with us so we can oooohhh and aweeee over your projects! 

    You may even be featured on the Cardstock Warehouse social media platforms. You can use the hashtags #cardstockwarehouse & #makesomethingbeautiful for a chance to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook pages!

    I look forward to sharing a new project with you next month, but until then, don’t forget to check back for lots of other super cute projects from the rest of the Design Team - they are all SUPER talented! AND pick up some of these papers! They’re great quality, made in the USA and there is a wide variety of weights, colors and textures - in short, they are all the perfect choice for all of your paper crafting needs! 

    If you’d like to, you can follow me on social media to see what I’ll make next at the links below my name. I would love to see what you create and to support and encourage other crafters! 


    Stephanie Vittorio

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