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Free autumn background paper

It’s raining outside and, for the first time in weeks, it feels really autumnal. If truth be told, I fancy some pear and chocolate crumble, and damn the diet I always want to go on (but never really do).
Perhaps this is why I felt compelled to put some pears in this paper?

Free collaged background paper autumn theme

I just couldn’t prevent myself even though it initially wasn’t working from a composition viewpoint. I like it now though, especially the lovely russet and rust colours. Am going to use it in my Halloween decorations which I am working on now. The plan is to make a banner, a couple of wall hangings and some coasters, to complement what I already have, and whatever treasures Heidi will be sending me in her package.
Anyway, I figured you may like playing with a bit of autumn paper, so, if you do, here is a copy for you to download and print in letter size or A4 (warning, the files are big and may take a while to download).

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  1. Posted October 8, 2009 at 5:44 pm | Permalink

    Carla, don’t go to my blog if you have not received your package yet! I posted pictures and blogged about the swap and scheduled it last week! I forgot it was coming today!

  2. Posted October 10, 2009 at 3:57 pm | Permalink


    I came across your site from your twitter. I really like your blog!

    I was wondering if you might be interested in being a guest bloger on our site! We are looking for an expert paper crafter!! :-)I really like your designs.

    My e-mail address is above so please if you are interested let me know.

    Take good care and great job!


  3. Posted October 17, 2009 at 4:18 am | Permalink

    Thank you for this beauty!

  4. Posted January 2, 2010 at 12:22 am | Permalink

    What beautiful work you do! Your combinations of color, vintage art and original work is amazing! Hope the new year provides you with more time to post more of your wonderful art.

  5. Posted March 3, 2011 at 11:32 pm | Permalink

    Darn it!!I have to quit going through your blog… Now I see a Bay City, Michigan postmark on that paper. Seriously? Is this where you’re from? I’m currently in Washington, but lived in the Bay City area my entire life. My family is still there. WE have to chat! :)

  6. Carla
    Posted March 4, 2011 at 8:29 am | Permalink

    Hi Connie, thank you for your kind words. Yes, I make the papers myself. I have a tendency to go homegrown on just about everything I do, so soon after I got into paper arts about years ago, I thought it would be nicer to make my own background papers rather than using mass-produced ones, so I started experimenting with block of colours and textures. After that, it all kind of evolved organically. I started making collages papers, then added paint..and now it has got to the point that I no longer use any store bought paper. Now I am experimenting with digital stamps (making black and White stamp like images that you can pritn and colour).
    It helps that I collect ephemera and Victorian trade cards, so I have a huge stash of imagery at hand. Which brings me to Bay City. No, I am not from there (I live in London) but a couple of years ago there was a huge estate sale from the area and I bought a fair amount of letters, postcards and documents from there. It is lovely stuff, and I really enjoy using it in my collages and designs. My husband thinks I am crazy (his line is that I buy other people’s rubbish) but I just love delving into the lives of these people from a bygone time–and of course use their mementoes in my work.
    Ok, I’d better stop before I bore you rigid…but I am going to hop over to your blog and peruse!
    Thanks for stopping by

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  1. By Postal flower fairy | Leafdays on May 19, 2010 at 4:57 pm

    [...] Orange. I have a difficult relationship with bold colours and none more so than orange. It is too vivid, too bright, too much. The last time I recall using it in a collage was at the beginning of the autumn, when I made a seasonal background paper. [...]

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