Fall is always so pretty here in the Northeast – apples, pumpkins, and beautiful leaves changing colors. And today I’m sharing my FREE fall watercolor note cards featuring images of the season. These printable note cards are perfect for when you need to send a birthday wish, a thank you, or just to let someone know you’re thinking of them this fall.
I hope you got a chance to use my Summer watercolor note cards I shared with you a few months ago. The fall versions are available exclusively as a free download when you subscribe to my blog. Just like my summer versions, these cards are meant to make your life a little easier and brighten someone’s day with an original handwritten note. Since it’s fall, I painted some pretty seasonal images to go with the season.
The fall days get busy with homework, hectic schedules, and preparing for the holidays. I’ve found that these note cards really come in handy when I need to include a note to a teacher, a thank you to a friend, or just a quick note to a family or neighbor.
We live in such a digital world that we seldom take the time for a handwritten note. And it’s a nice treat to get mail in our actual mailboxes!
They’re available exclusively as a free download when you subscribe to my blog. If you’re already a subscriber, click here to visit my freebies page to print all these free notes. You should have a password – if you forgot it, just send me a message and I’ll send it to you. If you’re not yet a subscriber, it’s easy to do and you get access to LOTS of free stuff. Click here to subscribe. There’s a few steps to confirm your subscription so make sure you follow all of them – and then you’ll have access to all my free stuff!
I recommend printing the fall watercolor note cards on a bright white card stock for a crisp, professional look. The cards fit in a standard A2 sized envelope and they’re the perfect size to tuck in little gift card or even a photo.
There are a total of four designs (two pages) so be sure to print them all. Simply print out your fall watercolor note cards, cut on the gray dotted lines, fold the cards in half and enjoy!
This weekend I’ll be celebrating my 48th (gulp!) birthday. Click here to see my birthday post from last year called “47 things”. It was so fun to write and even though I’m feeling a bit old, life is good and I feel very lucky to have such an amazing family and group of friends. Happy weekend! <3