Fall


Tree Puzzle Box

Tree Puzzle Box

This tree box is extra special because the trunk and the tree top are two separate boxes so you can add multiple treats!


Thanksgiving Easel Card

Thanksgiving Rip Strip Easel Card

A greeting card with a built-in festive sign your recipient can display to add to the warm fuzzies encompassed in this blessed celebration of gratitude and cooperation.


Engraving Tool: Autumn Wall Hanging

I’ve lived in a few places while in the Air Force and I have to say that fall in Georgia is the best I’ve seen. The colors are just beautiful, but green is still present, which is one of my favorite colors. For this project I used an old canvas frame. I took the fabric off and painted the frame black. I must admit I couldn’t decide what color I wanted to make the frame, but the black does make the copper metal pop. The frame I used is approximately 11” x 14” from side to side and top to bottom.



Spiral Text Ink Spot Cards

Making and sending cards is one of my favorite things! Although judging by the pile of handmade cards sitting on my desk and spilling out of every drawer, I must love making them more than I love sending them. I need to get on that! Today I'm adding a few more cards to my bulging stash with these spiral text ink spot cards. They are super easy to make, but pack a punch of autumn with the pretty colors and tiny leaves. I must admit, the tiny leaves are my favorite part.





Fall Treat Box Cut Files

Turkey and Scarecrow Fall Treat ...

Super cute and fun treat boxes - the turkey and scarecrow are shared here along with instructions. The other three can be found in the Craft Room library!


Trapped Hands Window Decoration

Trapped Hands Shadow Window Decoration

Super quick and easy, these trapped hands are cut out of black cardstock and taped to the inside of your window then back with butcher or parchment paper!


Hanging Bootiful Bats

Easy Hanging Bootiful Bats

Tape these bats to mirrors, walls, picture frames, doors, ceilings, lamps, etc. Or, you can hang them from the ceiling or chandelier on black or white craft thread.







InVue Project Pattern: Autumn Tags

Tags have become one of my favorite projects lately. They dress up a gift or treat and are quick to create. In fact, I think tags are easier than cards. After pouring my creativity into the outside of a card, I always struggle with the inside. Not so, with tags. There is no inside to worry about!  This set of Autumn Tags has plenty of versatility for almost any fall occasion. There are several fun elements to the tags to get your creative juices flowing. Use your Pen Tool to write the saying on the tag. You can always change the phrase to something you want right in the software so no need to buy separate stamp sentiments. Create a fun shadow stencil by laying down a cut piece and sponging ink or spritzing glimmer mist over the stencil.


Haunted House Shadow Box

Haunted House Shadow Box

What is scarier than a creepy, old haunted house? Nobody knows where its owner could be lurking, and don’t even think about going up into the attic! EEK!! 


Paper Bag Spooky Tree

Paper Bag Fall Tree

This versatile 3D tree design makes a nice centerpiece for the entire Fall season. Decorate with colorful leaves, or it bare branches with leaves scattered at its base or as pictured for Halloween!




Autumn Window Cling Scarecrow

Window Cling: Scarecrow Wreath

When I was a girl I played with paper dolls. When our daughter was young, instead of using paper dolls, she played with die-cut vinyl pieces called Colorforms. Today we can cut our own shapes from vinyl cling material and create designs for placing on our windows, smooth surfaces, or for using in building creative designs on a vinyl covered board, much as our children did. Today, I had the opportunity to play with Pazzles Vinyl Cling material to make a cute fall decoration for my sliding glass door. I found a nice Scarecrow design and a Grapevine Wreath in the Pazzles Craft Room to adapt for this project.  Since the vinyl I was using was 9” wide, I resized the wreath to about 9” wide. Then I selected parts of the Scarecrow with pumpkin design that I needed. I wanted the scarecrow to be sitting on the edge of the wreath instead of standing, so I transformed the britches portion of the design into a banner. I resized the scarecrow pieces to fit nicely inside of the wreath.  I typed the text using the InVue software, with the Brightside Typeface, and thickened it by shadowing at .02”.


WCMD 2016: Wood Paper Card

Live Crop with Klo: Join Klo in the classroom from 11am-4pm MDT for a live crop.  Click here to join the live class! Free Files: Starting at 12 noon MDT we are sharing a new card idea and free cutting file with you each hour on the hour here on the blog. There will be a total of four free file posts. These files are free to everyone and will remain free after the party. Upload your projects to our Facebook page, or the Forum Gallery, or feel free to link to your blog projects in the comments on each blog post. Prizes: We have prizes! Each blog post has a prize, so be sure and enter below. Store Sale:There's a fabulous sale happening in the Pazzles Store. Check it out: 50% off CDs (digital and physical), 50% off Pazzles Cutting Collections (excludes Melissa Frances), 35% off a select hand tools-includes tweezers, spatula, chizzel, mat scrapper, tool kit, Chalk’n Easy Tool, WCMD  5 Card Collection Bundle, WCMD CD Bundle- 14 CD bundle (physical or digital) includes CDs 38-51. Sale runs now through Sunday Oct 2, 2016. Our first hour features a super cool product from Et Cetera Papers (formerly Arc Crafts). This real wood paper comes with an adhesive backing and cuts beautifully on the Inspiration Creative Cutters. It's flexible enough to bend, and you can print, stamp, and ink it. For today's project I grabbed two different wood colors (Cherry Wood and Birch Wood) and made a fall card.



Fall in Love Apple Harvest ...

This project was created from the Early Fall Harvest themed files from the Pazzles Craft Room. I have noticed that ombre is very in and thought it would be fun to make a sign celebrating all the wonderful apple varieties we are blessed with, especially here in the Evergreen State. I had an ombre acid-free cardstock paper pad titled “Paint Chip” from Craft Smith with some of the colors already coordinated for me. I added the rest of the colors from card stock in my stash. Components: Backing - two 10 by 7.5 pieces of cardboard (like from a small shipping or moving box, or a cereal box will do)


Apple Hershey Nugget Box for Back to School

Apple Nugget Box Card

Hello crafty friends, Melinda here with you today. It’s my turn to share here in the Craft Room. This month I was tasked with making a project with a school theme. I decided to make this super cute and fun treat card for my grandson for his first day of 4th grade! I used the Apple Nugget Box Card file I created for the Craft Room Library.  I started with some Kraft cardstock for the base. I then turned to the DCWV Edumacation Stack for the patterned papers. I also used some red cardstock for the outer apple shapes.


Thanksgiving/Fall Cutlery Pockets

One thing I love about this Design Team position with Pazzles is that I get to try new things. You see, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia, so creating a project for that was great fun for me. As some of you will know, I love to host a dinner party or two and that is an excuse to make things for the table! This cutlery pocket was an excellent opportunity to try out something new for my dinner tables! Creating great table décor is at your fingertips with the amazing craft room files available.




Tri-Fold Holiday Cards Project Pattern

You don't have to look very far to see the obvious signals that we are well into the holiday season. Halloween is almost here and before you know it, we will be roasting our turkeys and putting up the Christmas tree. 'Tis the season for crafting and if you are like me, you are already thinking about whether you will make your cards or buy them this year. Allow me to help you get the card making process started. This months project pattern is a fun tri-fold card that can be used for the upcoming holidays and on into the new year.


Fall Baking Inspired Paper Projects

Fall Baking Gift Set

A baking inspired set that includes an oven card that opens downward like a real oven, an apron card, and a recipe holder that you can slip your favorite recipes inside and give as a gift.



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