Wednesday, October 9, 2013

At The Pumpkin Patch!

Hi Fellow Scrappers!

I have to admit, I enjoy this time of year! I love summer, but it is something about the leaves changing colors and  the crispness in the air. My family and I drive to the country to see the vivid colors of the leaves. We also have made it a tradition to visit the pumpkin farm each year.  There is nothing sweeter than seeing my little girls running through the patch looking for that perfect pumpkin! The only rule is, they can only take a pumpkin they can carry (although that doesn't always happen).

For today's project, I am sharing one of our trips to the Family Farm! I was able to capture each one of them looking, feeling and lifting the pumpkins to make sure it was "the one". I am looking forward to our trip this year!

 
 
 
We have visited different pumpkin farms over the years, but this trip was the best and most memorable to date! They not only have pumpkins and hay rides, but a full operational farm! The girls really loved seeing all of the animals. Stay tuned for more projects LOL.  I loved being able to hang out with my family. What is your fall family tradition?

I hope you enjoyed today's project. Come back tomorrow to check out more awesome projects! Kenya~
Supplies:
G45-Place In Time
Authentique-Thankful
DCWV-Harvest
Stencil
Modeling Paste
Burlap
Recollection-Wooden Word Bubbles
Tim Holtz-Walnut Stain
 
 
 
 

3 comments:

Kathy Humphrey said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous layout! Love it when pictures turn out great and I'm so glad you got the perfect ones!! Beautiful papers...is that postcard hand stamped or is it an embellie that comes with the papers?

Favorite Favors said...

Love your layout!! What a wonderful memory to scrap!

Krafthead said...

@Kathy Humphrey, the postcard was fussy cut from the paper collection. Thank you so much for the blog love~