Making a Fall Greeting Card

Making a fall greeting card with Makers Movement.

with Makers Movement

Using a hello die from Makers Movement and their Autumn Breeze paper pack, I made this fall greeting card. This card uses a stacking technique for the greeting as well as the background of the card. I love the Autumn colors and the rich feeling they have. I actually used scraps from past projects so this technique is a great way to use up your leftovers.


  • Autumn Breeze paper pack
  • Hello die
  • cardstock – a variety of colors
  • Xyron
  • CrossOver II
  • Cricut paper trimmer
  • rubber eraser
  • tape runner
colored cardstock

Here are the pieces of cardstock I used for the layered background. You can see how the entire card is put together in the video tutorial below.

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How to Make Double-sided Paper

Learn the tips and tricks to making double-sided scrapbooking paper.

for Scrapbooking, Cardmaking, and Crafting

Double-sided paper packs are hard to locate. They are a preferred favorite of mine for paper crafting. I have begun making my own. I know you can glue two pieces of just about anything together, but getting the correct thickness is key for many applications. The secret I have learned that works best is to use wrapping paper.


  • Single-sided Scrapbook paper
  • thin wrapping paper
  • spray adhesive
  • spray booth
  • scissors

The materials are simple and the process is easy. Spray the backs of each paper and then put them together before the adhesive has totally dried. Spray adhesive works best. Other kinds of adhesive will add bumps and bulk to the paper.

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Create with Cricut’s New Infusible Ink Blanks

Follow along as I use the new infusible ink blanks from Cricut.

Cricut has a variety of new infusible ink blanks. Cricut sent me a few samples in order to write this review and promote their new products. The new materials include cosmetic bags, pillow covers, wine bags, and toddler-sized t-shirts. I made my daughter this bag to hold her drawing supplies from the cosmetic bag set. 

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To begin, I created the graphic I used in Design Space. The following video tutorial shows you how that was done.

Cutting the infusible ink on the Cricut Maker.
On the mat, I aligned the cut to the center utilizing the blue and red section of the design.

Then I weeded away the parts I didn’t want.

Placing the infusible ink, if you look closely you will see a slight fold in the bag and the infusible ink.
This is a trick I use to align the center of the image and blank.

Using my heating guide, I set my EasyPress and pressed.

Using a warm peel, my project is done!