Happy Harvest

In case you didn’t already know, I love this time of year.  I love especially Halloween!  I love hosting parties and having campfires in the backyard and roasting marshmallows, and eating candy apples and drinking cider.  All of it.  I.  Love.  It.

How about you?  Love it?  Well, I was messing around with trying to create some kind of rustic handmade printable that maybe you could use…for a party invite, to accompany a little harvest gift to a friend, or maybe, if you have an etsy shop, to use as your thank you notes to your customers.  Anyway, I’m new at it.  So not sure that it will quite work out perfectly BUT…you can give it a go, right?

Click on the Happy Harvest Printable 2010 link to open the pdf document.

There you will find two different versions on one sheet.  You should be able to print them off, cut them down, and fold them to use as cards.  Your inside will be totally blank so if you’re savvy, create a word doc to fit and then you can print on the inside if you’d like.

What might you use these for?  Let me know if they actually work for you!  I hope they do!  Have fun!

xoxo,

Trish

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8 Responses

  1. I’ve got too many things on the brain! I meant your printable. I love it. I’ve already printed it – in bulk. 🙂 And now I’m out of ink. So sorry about typing oreos. {seriously my face is red!}

  2. I’ve got a new blog and your oreos are my first feature! I’d love for you to stop by and grab a button! todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

  3. Trish.. Thank you so much for this great printable. Fall is my favorite time of the year and I plan to use this one often. I hope you don’t mind that that I posted it on my blog.

    http://pinkcouponcafe.com/2010/10/just-for-fun-fall-freebie-happy-harvest-labels/

    Have a blessed day.

    Robin

  4. […] thanks to Two Peas in a Pod for these great FREE printable “Happy Harvest” Labels.  Just download the .pdf file with two versions of the graphic.  You can either print as a […]

  5. Aww, this is super cute! Thanks so much, I’ll be linking.

  6. Great design!!! It is really cute. Which program did you use? Thanks for sharing your work Trish. Is all well now in infection-land?

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