Free Printable Fall Greeting Cards

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The design for these Fall Greeting Cards came straight from one of my reader-favorite fall printables over on my other blog. The mums are just bursting with all of that beautiful fall color and texture, through and through. This card is a lovely way to send fall greetings through the mail. Download yours below.

Free Printable Fall Greeting Cards
If you follow me over on I Should Be Mopping the Floor, also, then you know I'm doing a BIG Fall Printable Series over there each and every day of September. My plan has also been to mix in a few new fall cards over here that coordinate with the designs I'm publishing over there every day. Today's Fall Greeting Cards are a different wording, but same design as a mums printable from earlier this week. It's a nice alternate to pumpkins...because mums are certainly the unofficial flower to fall, right? Download this free card for your own personal use below.


Free Printable Fall Greeting Cards

Whether you send this card across the miles to a long-distance friend or leave it in the box of a co-worker at the office, a sweet note of any kind (be it long or short), is always appreciated. I think this is true more than ever today, since people don't often do a whole lot of handwritten greetings anymore. I get a true kick out of pulling an envelope out of my mailbox that's addressed to me (that's not a bill...right?). These sweet little Fall Greeting Cards are a great way to send a note this season. 
Fall Greeting Cards
You're probably already aware, but I truly love watercolor designs, so this one's no different. This gold and white polka dotted background kind of anchors the entire design to the page...with rows and rows of fall mums in the forefront (just like fall at your favorite nursery).  And a simple message of Fall Greetings in the middle to greet its recipient.

The inside of this card is left blank for you to fill in your own sentiments. Whether it's just a simple, "Thought of you today, friend," or maybe a lengthier catch-up on the latest family happenings, a handwritten note is guaranteed to bring a smile to someone instantly.
Fall Mantel with Mums
Pictured above is the Fall Mums Printable this greeting card design is based off of. It's available in 11x14", 8x10", 5x7", and 4x6" design options with complete printing instructions. Its horizontal design makes it perfect for a fall mantel.

Printing and Using Your Fall Greeting Cards


  • You can download your card below the following image.
  • Greeting cards of this nature should always be printed onto white cardstock, rather than standard printer or copier paper. It's much sturdier and provides that authentic greeting card feel. Cardstock can go through your printer just like regular paper. 
  • Use the NORMAL setting on your home printer when printing out your Fall Greeting Cards.
  • After printed, simply trim just inside (or outside, if you prefer) the golden-colored line running all along the outside of the card design.
  • Fold the card in half. To get a super crisp crease, take the handle of your scissors (heavier, metal-handled scissors work great for this), and run it along the crease, carefully rubbing out any wrinkles and creating a nice crease.
  • This card looks lovely on its own, but is also designed to fit into standard A6 sized envelopes for sending through the mail. This fall design looks best with either white or brown kraft paper-style envelopes.
  • Please note that this design is for personal use only (definitely okay for gifting and sending to others, though). Please do not reproduce this design in any manner to resale. If you have any questions regarding usage information, please drop me an email (my contact information is to the right in my sidebar).


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