Every autumn, they would harvest apples, pears, pumpkins, potatoes, and whatever other veggies had ripened later than the usual summer picking. Those marvelous things would always end up piled on the veranda which completely encircled the house. Grammy would pull up chairs and baskets and we would sort through everything, dividing up things which would go to neighbors and friends, and larger quantities which would go to market. There was always a huge pallet packed with boxes of things which would be donated for distribution to those who weren't as fortunate.
Grammy had a favorite straw hat which she always wore when tending the garden and it often hung on the back of a chair when we worked in the shade of the porch. So you can see why I grabbed this image right away and had to do this card - a salute to my Grammy. And, yes, to answer your unasked question, my blog is named for this same Grammy but that's a different story. :-D
Thank you, Beccy, for the fabulous memories!
The theme at the Beccy's Place challenge is always "Anything Goes" but Beccy gives us an option which we can use if we want to challenge ourselves a bit. This month, the option is to CASE something you have made previously and I did that. I CASEd a card I did only two or three weeks ago. You can see that one here.
Cut w QuicKutz dies - edges inked
Card front scored using Scor-Pal
Score lines colored w ProMarkers
Sentiment printed, matted w Unbranded dies
Bow - hand-tied & dyed w ProMarker
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Have a great day and Happy Crafting. NanaConnie