Handmade Die Cut Pumpkin Cards

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Come see a collection of four beautiful handmade die cut pumpkin cards you can use as inspiration for your own Fall projects.

In today’s Flashback Friday we thought we would share four of our most popular posts that featured handmade die cut pumpkin cards. As you will see, these cards are all Fall cards and not Halloween, showing off that pumpkins are a fantastic motif for the whole season.

First is this idea for pumpkin thank you cards that is so cute and easier than it looks since the dies do all the work. Just cut, assemble and you’re on your way to a great card!

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Pumpkin Thank You Cards – SO Cute!

Make some of the pumpkin thank you cards for Thanksgiving! These adorable pumpkin thank you cards would be so perfect to thank people around Thanksgiving or for any other expression of gratitude in the Fall season. Imagine including one of these with a pumpkin pie! Adorable, right? Let’s learn how Julie made these so we can get in on the fun! First, Julie used our new Classic Pumpkins die and cut some scraps of different shades of rusts and oranges

Next we have a pumpkin beautifully set against a fall mixed media background which you can learn to make in the free video in the post. No time to play around? Use one of the patterns from our Harvest Time or Autumn Leaves 6 X 6 Paper Pads as a beautiful substitute.

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VIDEO – A Fall Mixed Media Background!

Add some golden glow to your card with this beautiful Fall mixed media background! Before we get into all the delicious details about this card with that gorgeous Fall mixed media background, we just have to share what Colleen said inspired her. She says” Autumn is my favorite time of year and I love the traditional fall colors and pumpkins. I wanted my card to actually smell like fall (those of you who live in all season areas know what

Now at one end of the spectrum, we have one of our autumn card ideas in bright colors – who says fall has to be all muted? This card shows that is just not true! The punch of the bright blue against the orange – colors opposite each other on the color wheel – creates a lovely balance.

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Autumn Card Ideas In Bright Colors

Looking for Autumn card ideas in bright colors – this card shows off the season with no red or gold in sight! Fall cards don’t all have to be just brown and gold and red! Today Kittie is sharing one of her Autumn card ideas in bright colors that perfectly bridge the summer into fall season.  This card is made using all dies and you just have to trust her – and us – when we say this is NOT

And then we have this example of monochromatic card ideas for fall that take full advantage of that beautiful orange shade that gets to star during this time of year. This monochromatic look is so easy to get when you use our Color Fuse Inks – the oranges from Set #2 are spectacular!

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Monochromatic Card Ideas For Fall

Looking for mostly monochromatic card ideas? Check this beauty out! This card is living proof that monochromatic card ideas do NOT have to be boring OR all one color. We just love the use of the shades of oranges in the background and on the pumpkins with just that hint of green. This card manages to be Fall like yet super fresh and clean and simple. Allie made this for us and she says “Fall is my favorite season, love

If you’d like to grab some great pumpkin dies – some with available coordinating stamp sets – you can see some of them here.

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We have lots of Halloween specific pumpkins, too, so use the handy search feature at the top of every page on the store to find more.

All of these ideas for handmade die cut pumpkin cards are endlessly adaptable and you can swap out any or all of the elements any way you want. Change out sentiments, turn them into invitations, use patterns….. Pick your favorite and let your creativity take over!

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