Fall Door Decor

Fall is in the air, don’t you think? And, I love the fall season! The cooler weather, leaves changing and pumpkin spice are all so nice.

Hey there! It’s Judy V here with a fall door decor project created for CutCardStock. You can be sure to find a wide variety of card stocks in lovely fall colors there that are perfect for all your crafting.

My project was started by choosing some brown and orange card stocks, which are on sale this month.

DCS Discount Card Stock: Textured Flame Tree Orange Card Stock

Pop Tone HOT FUDGE 8.5×11 Discount Card Stock

Pop Tone ORANGE FIZZ 8.5×11 Discount Card Stock

KRAFT CHIPBOARD .022 for all your crafting needs – 25 pack

I created 4 rosettes with 4 layers and die cut letters spelling fall, which were added to a length of burlap ribbon.

Create the larger rosettes for the bases of each by cutting 3 strips of card stock measuring 3 x 11 inches. I punched a border on each strip, but they can be left plain if desired.

Each strip was scored every 1/2 inch and accordion folded. I used double sided red line tape to adhere 3 strips together to form a circle. Squeeze the inside edge of the circles together and hot glue 1 1/2 inch die cut circles to the center top and bottom of each piece. My rosettes measure approximately 5 1/2 inches.

I die cut 4 pieces of the Kraft Chipboard with a scallop die measuring 4 inches.

4 more rosettes are made by cutting 3 strips of 8 1/2 inch x 1 1/2 inch strips of card stock. These are put together the same as the larger ones. I used 1 inch die cut circles to secure the centers.

Banner shapes were die cut for each rosette. Letters spelling “FALL” were die cut out of a scrap piece of Royal Sundance FELT Brilliant White 8.5×11 Card Stock.

With all my components complete, I’m ready to assemble.

Each rosette piece was layered and hot glued together as seen in the photo below.

The burlap ribbon was cut approximately 28 inches. I folded the top over to form a loop and ran a piece of wire through to act as a hanger. Hot glue the rosettes down the length of ribbon, spacing evenly.

Thanks for taking a look at my project. I hope I’ve inspired you to try a fall project.

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