Tiny Trio of Leaves: Fall Printable

Welcome to a gathering of free fall printables provided by bloggers from across the country! Each of us has created a special printable for you to download and use when decorating your house for fall. Thanks to Kristen at Ella Claire for coordinating this fun blog hop; I know you’ll find plenty of printables to inspire you!  I’m sharing a tiny trio of leaves with you today along with two ways to use them. (You can download the leaf template at the end of the post.)

Free Fall Leaf Tag Printable


I used my fun leaf printable to create an entire fall tablescape. I wanted something a little special at each place setting and decided to create a mini gift basket for each guest. The fall leaf tag from my tiny trio of leaves became the adornment for the basket.

Fall Table Setting with Leaf Printables


To create the fall gift basket, you’ll need to gather paper berry boxes, twine, pretty hankies, and brown floral wire. Then print the leaf template onto card stock and carefully cut them out.

Free Fall Leaf Printable. Download it today!


To secure the leaves onto the paper berry boxes, you’ll very carefully wrap a short piece of florist wire around the stem of the leaf. You’ll want about 2 inches extra to create a curlicue. To create the curl, simply twist the wire around a bamboo skewer then slide the skewer out.

Free Printable to Create Leaf Tags


Measure a piece of twine to wrap around the top of the berry box, and leave extra to tie a pretty bow. Stick the end of the curlicue wire into the center of the bow’s knot to secure it in place.

Free Fall Leaf Printable to Create Tiny Tags


Line your paper berry basket with a pretty hankie (I cut mine in fourths to fit better) and fill with a special gift. I chose a beautiful Bosc pear but you can fill your basket with anything … a small scented candle, a box of gourmet chocolates, a gift certificate … you get the idea.

How to Create a Fall Gift Basket for Individual Place Settings


My fall table setting includes more artwork using the tiny trio of leaves printable. I created cute little fall bags to hold the silverware at each place setting.

Fall Table Setting. Use my free leaf printable to create gift baskets and bags at each table setting


For this project, you’ll need small cloth drawstring bags, white printer paper, and a colorless blender pen. Print the leaf template using a laser jet printer and cut a square around each leaf.

How to transfer fall leaf prints to mini drawstring bags


Flip the printed leaf over and center it on your little drawstring bag. Holding it in place, print side down, rub over the back of the paper with the opened blender pen. The chemicals from the pen will soak through the paper and transfer the image to the fabric. Press somewhat firmly while saturating the back of the leaf print. This should take about 30 seconds.

How to Transfer Print Pictures or Graphics onto Fabric


Lift the paper to reveal a faded, aged-looking leaf. Let the fabric dry and then insert the silver and pull the drawstrings just a bit to keep them tucked inside. Your guests can keep the bags, along with their gift basket.

How to transfer a leaf graphic onto a drawstring bag


I like to give my guests a little gift to take home. It makes the lunch or dinner party memorable and special.

Fall Table Setting


A simple bouquet of asters from the garden fill one of my white ironstone pitchers for the centerpiece. I found a fun metal floral ball to add a little texture and dimension. Its burnished color reminds me of fall.

Bouquet of Asters and Metal Flower Ball


A few pretty sprigs and stems of faux bittersweet continue the beautiful fall color. The figs were pretty tasty, too.

Figs and Bittersweet in a Fall Table Setting


I hope you’re inspired to create your own fall crafts using my tiny trio of leaves printable. Now my only decision is … what’s on the menu for dinner? Maybe Grandma’s Old Fashioned Pot Roast followed by Apple Pear Gratin for dessert!

Fall Table Setting Created with Free Fall Leaf Printable


Here’s the Tiny Trio of Leaves printable available in both a Word document or PDF file.

Free Fall Leaf Printable

Download the Word document

Download the PDF file

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Here are all the other amazing free fall printables just for you!



Thankful Tree Leaves by Ella Claire | Autumn Storm Painting by Shades of Blue Interiors | Crock and Wheat by So Much Better with Age | The Beauty of Autumn by Anderson + Grant | Thankful Tags by Four Generations One Roof | A Royal Pumpkin by Zevy Joy



Urban Printable by City Farmhouse | Halloween “Boo” Banner by Chronicles of Home | Definition of Autumn by Cherished Bliss | Life Starts All Over in the Fall by Making Home Base | Fall is my Jam by Primitive and Proper | Apples 5 cents by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia



Mum’s the Word by Delineate your Dwelling | Fall Pumpkin by Finding Home Farms | Autumn We Love You by Just Destiny | Harvest Watercolors by Finding Silver Pennies | Pumpkin Patch by My Someday in May | Welcome Fall by Refresh Restyle



I love Fall Most of All by My Fabuless Life | Pumpkin Patch by A Burst of Beautiful | U-Pick Apples by Paint Me Pink | Sugar and Spice Banner by Design Dining and Diapers | All is Safely Gathered In by May Me and Mom | What’s She Thinking? by My Sweet Savannah



Vintage Apple Study by Nina Hendrick Blog | Watercolor Fall Landscape by Craftberry Bush | Woodland Watercolor Prints by Unskinny Boppy | Oak Acorns and Leaves by Live Laugh Rowe | Fall Watercolor Tags by TIDBITS | Autumn Quote by Maison de Pax


Fall Printable Tour

Happy Fall Ya’ll by Happy Housie | U-Pick Apples Chalkboard by Clean and Scentsible | Tiny Trio of Leaves by Town and Country Living | Halloween Potion Labels and Dictionary by Bless’er House | Make it Be Be Beautiful Autumn by Nest of Posies | Autumn Leaf Banner by Happy Happy Nester


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  1. Love this little gift basket. So cute!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Thank you, Jennifer! I love your printable!

  3. What a darling idea! Fall leaves are my favorite and I love how you displayed them in the gift basket!

  4. Jennifer,
    I LOVE your post! Of course, I love any paper project. Your leaves are fabulous! And Oh my goodness, I didn’t know you can transfer images via a blender pen! Ok, I’m off to try this! Thanks for your pretty and informative post!

  5. What a cute printable for fall! I love the way you styled it in a gift basket!


  6. So pretty, Jen! I love these leaves 😉
    Hugs, Jamie

  7. I love this idea Jennifer! The leaves are so pretty and sweet, perfectly paired with the basket!

  8. These leaves can be used for so many different things in the fall! I LOVE your project of transferring the image onto the cloth bags. I’ve never even heard of the pen that you used for the project, but it is something I need to buy now!

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