September 24, 2013

Fall Printable

PicMonkey pulled through for me once again.  I was getting my printable put together for today, and was wishing I had some fall overlays I could use. Well, lucky for me, PicMonkey just added some leaf and tree overlays.  Happy day!  I'm really excited with how it turned out.  I couldn't decide on which colors to use, so there are two options today.

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I'm really stuck on grey these days, but I wanted a touch of fall colors as well.  Every time I make a printable I think of what I'd actually put up in my home.  I hope the colors I tend to lean toward suit some of your likes as well. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope you found a little something worth your time.

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P.S.  I had a smart comment from a reader who noticed what looks like a misspelled word.  This saying is from the 1880s.  It comes from an old children's song.  I usually would spell o're this way- o'er (since over is spelled with an 'er', not 're'), but I wanted to stay true to the song, so I left it.  I hope it doesn't bother too many of you.  Thanks!

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14 comments:

  1. Perfect quotation for Fall, Brooke! I can picture (ha ha) your father painting it.

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    1. He just got back from Vermont taking fall pictures. He does love fall time, and you're exactly right. Thanks so much for visiting, Marianne! Enjoy your day!

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  2. Beautiful thoughts! Perfect for fall.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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    1. So glad you like it! I love this time of year. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your comment. Have a great weekend!

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  3. Hello thank you for the lovely printables, and i don't wish to rain on your parade, but are you aware that the word O'RE is wrong?
    It should be O'ER. At least thats how i have always spelt it.
    hope you are well.Rosie.x

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    1. I actually got this saying from an old children's song from the 1880s, and in the song it is spelled o're. I had to double-check because I would do it like you said (o'er), but I wanted to stay true to the song. Thanks so much! Have a great weekend!

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    2. @ Rosie: I have to laugh, since you are wanting to inform Miss Brooke about correct spelling, "spelt" is incorrect. It is written spelled.

      To Brooke: The printable is darling! I am excited to print it off and frame it. Thank you for sharing your talents!

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  4. Thank you so much!

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  5. Oh, this printable is perfectly lovely. The text takes me back to my childhood (with some slight variation). Thank You!

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  6. Love the options you used for changing up the tree and the border! Very cool. I love all things paper and these are sweet. You may enjoy where I hang my hat over at www.ritewhileucan.com where I gush about all things stationery and letter writing. Visiting via 'FromtheFarm' blog hop.

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  7. Thanks, super cute. Going to pin it.
    Found you from From the Farm Blog Hop.
    :) Lea www.adropofthis.com

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