Greet & Eat :: Happy Birthday!

Printable Fall Greeting Cards | Katie Evans for Camille Styles

We’re back with our third installment of Greet & Eat, where Katie Evans is sharing her remarkable talents with us in the form of seasonal greeting cards. Each week in September, she’s designing a custom printable card that boasts a beautifully illustrated fall dessert on the front with a corresponding recipe on the back. If you haven’t already, be sure to download the ‘Thank You’ card and ‘Congratulations’ card, and keep reading for Katie’s inspiration for this week’s design…

Can’t believe we’re over half-way through September — the leaves are beginning to turn and I hear the temps are going to drop this very week! That can only mean one thing: I’m thinking about pumpkins and treats made with warm spices, and this Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust will satisfy my craving delightfully! Made with velvety cream cheese and pumpkin puree, I’m pretty sure I could eat the entire cheesecake. Thank goodness for layering knits and chilly weather… Keep reading to download this week’s pumpkin-inspired card!

Printable Fall Greeting Cards | Katie Evans for Camille Styles

Printable Fall Greeting Cards | Katie Evans for Camille Styles

Printable Fall Greeting Cards | Katie Evans for Camille Styles

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print at 100% onto a heavy card stock, cut along the marks and fold.

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7 Responses to “Greet & Eat :: Happy Birthday!”

  1. Carrie // cue the confetti

    SO CUTE!!! Thanks for this! I am throwing a pumpkin/fall themed birthday party next month and this is the perfect card for the birthday girl!

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  2. Colleen P

    This is the perfect card for a fall birthday! Only wish I could send the cheesecake in the mail along with the card to my friend. Yum!

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  3. Ashley

    My sister is having a fall themed birthday (although it’s actually on Halloween) – I’m going to pass this on to her!!

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  4. detroittokyo

    The recipe sounds great! What type of pan do you use? I don’t think it was specified, unless I missed something?

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