Talk about not feeling like Fall. It's been in the nineties here in our part of Ohio for the last week. The Penmaker and I did some yard work yesterday, and the temperature seemed extreme for September. Maybe I should switch back to baby or birthday cards until it cools down a bit. I hope that will be this week.
I bought some of Graphic 45's An Erie Tale collection and put it together with that Harvest Time tag from the G45 Place in Time November sheet. A good mix, I thought.
The light brown flower is one of the Prima Serenity that I love and use so much. The small orange ones are by I Am Roses. The beautiful orange seam binding ribbon just came from Prairie Bird Boutique (How could I be out of orange seam binding this time of year?), and my bow is tied with May Arts natural burlap string. The leaves are my hand-dyed wool ones cut with Alterations Mini Branch & Leaf set. There's a little clump of Spanish moss in there, too.
My copper maple leaf is from Momenta. The calendar piece is from an Idea-ology ephemera pack by Tim Holtz, and I cut the orange dotted frame with Spellbinders Labels One.
The Penmaker got back from the New York trip safe and sound Sunday evening. I'll tell you I was never so happy to see someone as I was when he pulled the car into the garage. I guess that's a pretty normal reaction for a couple that are going to be celebrating their forty-nineth anniversary next week.
From what I hear, the shooting went very well and they had an enjoyable time together. That's team work, right!
Father , son and the instigator of the whole thing.
Now for hours and hours of editing and what ever else he does to make it all happen. I'll keep you posted.
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