aspen leaves

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When I was a girl growing up, we used to spend a week or two in the summers up at my granparent’s cabin in the Uintah Mountains in Northern Utah. My favorite thing about that area was the abundant overgrowth of aspen trees in the forest that surrounded the valley in which we’d drive up. I remember as a little girl falling asleep at night to the rustling of the aspens in the breeze and thinking how relaxing and fun our adventures up there were. These tags shipped for a late summer wedding for Mindy & Brian, who were getting hitched in Aspen, Colorado. I never get tired of printing these tags, partly because I have a special place in my heart for aspen tress and also because their colors are so saturated in the fall. What a beautiful time of year …

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All around with cold fall nights setting in on my rural plat of earth, I think of fall and the smell of musty leaves. If you liked these, then you are sure to like what is new! I think my fondest memories of childhood is hearing the crisp brittle and dry aspens blowing in the wind as they are changing from green to yellow then fading to black. Occasionally if it’s an area with a lot of redrock or iron in the soil (think Utah) then the leaves will go red/orange in color before falling off. If only I could be a poet, I would write about autumn in all my pretty prose. Lucky for you I’m not, so without further adeu: Available in the shop in : yellow | red | orange | green

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