Friday, October 29, 2010

Freebie Friday: Indian Summer

Indian Summer photo


Indian summer is a name given to a period of sunny, warm weather in autumn, not long before winter. Usually occurring after the first frost, Indian summer can be in September, October, or November in the northern hemisphere, and March, April, or early May in the Southern hemisphere. It can persist for a few days or extend to a week or more. An alternative to St Martin's summer was "Saint Luke's summer", as the saint's feast day is October 18. Another alternative was "All-hallown summer", as Halloween is October 31.

There are at least 3 dozen different theories on the origin of the term, all of them having to do with Native Americans. That being said, I combined the First Nation mythos with the fall colors and a bit of warmth to bring you this beautiful taggers size kit.

Included are 30 800 x 800 .jpg papers, 14 frames and 5 tags saved in .png format, And an additional 82 elements including 6 fallen leaves, 6 spirit stones, 6 sunflowers, 5 round tags, 5 bows with flowers and feathers, 5 beaded buttons, 5 ribbons, 5 ric-racs, 4 wheat grasses, 3 song birds, 3 grassy borders, 3 wildflowers, 2 crows, 2 reed flowers, 1 bobcat, 1 buffalo skull, 1 cardinal, 1 deer, 1 dream catcher, 1 drum stick, 1 drum, 1 eagle, 1 fallen log, 1 fir tree, 1 headdress, 1 ivy vine, 1 maize, 1 pair of moccasins, 1 mustang 1 oil lamp, 1 owl, 1 peace pipe, 1 pumpkin, 1 spear, 1 tomahawk, 1 tree stump, and 1 vine PLUS 4 Cheyene posers created MediEvil Creations.

300 DPI, personal Use only please.

This is another formerly PTU kit that is now FTU.

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Indian Summer

7 comments:

foreverjeune said...

Thanks for another great kit .. Love the color theme :)!

Laura said...

Thanks so much, I just love native American things

PSP-Filiaal said...

Thank you for this beautiful kit.
Lirios - the Netherlands

Ellie said...

Thanks, I love it!
Hugs, Ellie

Ellie said...

Thanks, I love it!
Hugs, Ellie

elizabeth said...

stunning thank you

Cheekylala said...

Thank you so much! :)