Okay! Cheryl's One-Layer Wednesday challenge this week is PERFECT as a continuation of the Gratitude Campaign. It's to make a card that shows what you love about autumn.
Since I don't have a stamp of apple fritters from a local farm, I'm going to stick with Thanksgiving, which is a holiday near and dear to my heart (not to mention near, and occasionally on, my birthday!).
Fun Factoid: George was stationed in Wichita, Kansas, for a few years in the 1990s, and I attended Wichita State University's graduate program in English. WSU's mascot is--and I know you'll find this hard to believe--a shock of wheat. Seriously. You can read about it here.
Anyway, autumn is my favorite season of the year, and that means something since I almost never have favorites of anything. But my favorite season it is.
Wheat, corn, harvest, apples, pumpkins, crisp and cool days, bright blue skies, colored leaves, hayrides, corn mazes, caramel apples, turkey, cranberries, and thanks. It's all so good.
Especially the apple fritters.
stamps: A Muse, Hero Arts
paper: PTI vintage cream