I posts this a couple of weeks ago, but went on a 5 hour hike today, and was reminded of this, among my thousands of reblogs, and picked up leaves thinking to make my own.  Original posting info:

Also check out this overview US map .png from wikipedia-public domain, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:FallFoliageMap2.PNG,  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Autumn_leaves_(pantone)_crop.jpg and the clickthrough for the image above* is a site I’m checking out late this autumn as I drive across the US:  http://foliagenetwork.com/

*({{Information |Description=Original description: ””pantone autumn - All from the same tree I should add.”” Sugar Maple ”Acer saccharum”. Cropped from Image:Autumn leaves (pantone).jpg. |Source=[http://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisglass/2727732)

stephpellegrin:

Upcycled wreath I made from a novel printed in 1941. I think it turned out quite lovely!
stephpellegrin:

Upcycled wreath I made from a novel printed in 1941. I think it turned out quite lovely!
stephpellegrin:

Upcycled wreath I made from a novel printed in 1941. I think it turned out quite lovely!

stephpellegrin:

Upcycled wreath I made from a novel printed in 1941. I think it turned out quite lovely!