Wednesday, August 15, 2012

August Note Card Party -- Harvest

Vee at A Haven for Vee is hosting her monthly Note Card Party.  It's a great way to look back through your blog photos and put them together a little differently, and it's lots of fun to see what other bloggers do with it as well.

This month I chose the theme "Harvest."  I know that's a little early for a lot of you, but here in Texas my summer garden has come and gone.  August is the month you just kind of live through, every flower, blade of grass, and certainly any garden burnt to a crisp (at least that's how it is in my yard).  The good side is I will get to plant a small fall garden soon.

Anyway, these are some pictures of some of our little garden bounty this year, which we really enjoyed.  (And there is still some for us to enjoy -- either stored in the freezer, canned, or simply kept in a cool room temperature, dark place.)



Zucchini, Squash, Potatoes, Onions 
Please go here to check out some other notecards by some very talented bloggers.  Maybe you will consider joining in yourself:)


  1. What YUMMY postcards! Love them....hugs and blessings, Cindy

  2. Hi Angela

    Greetings from Ireland.

    Lovely photos.

    Visiting from Vee's Note Card Party.

    Have a good week

    ~ Fiona

  3. I love seeing the bounty from a garden....

    They would be great cards!


  4. What a great harvest! I think rustic note cards are wonderful and I like having some on hand. May you get through August well and have a wonderful autumn garden.

  5. I love your garden photos, Angela! How wonderful that you had such a bountiful harvest!

  6. Oh my! That corn looks yummy! These are wonderful photos and some we can all enjoy!

  7. I love your selections for Vee's party. Different! I decided not to plant much this year after dealing with the horrible drought last year. I had a few tomatoes and some green beans on my balcony and my herbs have done well in my postage stamp back yard. Your harvest looks delicious! Well done!

  8. I love these kinds of images on cards to send to cooking friends with notes on or perhaps a recipe. Would be especially good for a recipe related to the image. There's just something lovely about home-harvested produce like this and the natural colours have a toning beauty all their own. Enjoy all you have squirrelled away! E x

  9. I do love all the wonderful bounty of this time of year, even if all I grow are herbs and tomatoes.


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