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October 06, 2018

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Carla Burgess

As soon as you said autumn memory, I knew it had to get to the Maple Leaf Festival. Every year I think about going and dragging my family to Taco Town (which my older daughters thought was disgusting when I took them).

Chark

Homecoming dance and parade when I was in hs. The football game was incidental lol. Love the cards!

Jean Marmo

What a fabulous box! My autumn memories include taking the kids to the farm for the annual pumpkin hunt. All those fun times spent searching for the perfect one! Also the times just spent hiking on trails picking up pretty fall leaves and shuffling our feet through them. But, mostly I remember the leaf piles and the kids being buried in them. I kind of miss those days!!!

Beverly Sizemore

Now I know how they came up with World Card Makers Day's date....your birthday weekend! Makes perfect sense NOW. ;) Hard to choose just one favorite Autumn memory but in younger days it would have been getting "floats" decorated week of homecoming and of course the homecoming dance. But older memories involve my daughters and helping them find their Halloween costumes plus taking them trick or treating. Fun times! AND happy birthday! Enjoy a piece of birthday cake...cause birthday calories don't count! ;)

Debbie Hutchinson

Happy Birthday and Happy World Card Making Day - a great combination! I've lived most of my life in Central TX and we don't have a real Autumn here, but one year we lived in TN during the fall and I worked in a town about an hour's drive from where we lived. I loved making that drive and seeing the beautiful fall colors in the leaves on the trees and the smell of burning leaves after people would rake up their yards. It was lovely, but I didn't care for the winter that followed! I was delighted to move back to TX in the Spring!

Becky Green

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! WHAT A POST, SO FULL!!! LOVE your cards & I even saw something I haven't tried! LOL LOVE your cards & all of the elements!

My Favorite memories of Fall is our Wedding of course; This month is our 32 Anniversary! And another memory is the Roscoe Village Apple Butter Stir'n Festival in Roscoe Village, Ohio. Such a treat to step back in time with their festival when we'd go. Lots of vendors with time period treats for us! Dulcimers, Candles, food, Apple Butter on-sight being made! Everything hand made! Music from the time, and those that work the festival dressed in time period clothing! SUCH A TREAT!!!

Cindy Holmes

Happy Belated Birthday to ya!My favorite Autumn memory? Hmmmm? I would have to say our family every year when our boys were little we would take them to this amazing huge pumpkin patch farm! It was a huge event! We would ride in the back of this tractor on a trailer down to this huge pumpkin patch where the boys would pick out their own pumpkins! and then back up where there were all kinds of fun activities and food for the kids to do and see and also eat! HaHa!Those were the days!

Angie

Hope your birthday was awesome! Love your designs! I always remember fall because my first child was born in Oct. and every year as fall would approach and the pumpkin patches started appearing, my son would get so excited about his upcoming bday. Still to this day every time I see a pumpkin, I think of that little guy. (that little guy is 35 now) Such sweet memories!! Thanks for the chance to win, you are so generous to offer this prize!

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