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Apple Mother Giveaway!

Apple Mother Giveaway from Little Acorn Learning and Love in the Suburbs!
 
 
Wouldn’t you just LOVE to have this beautiful Apple Mother on your autumn nature table this season?  One lucky winner of this giveaway will receive the original doll above created and published (with tutorial) for our Autumn Equinox and Michaelmas Festival E-Book! 
 
How to enter to win:
 
1.  Become a fan on both the Little Acorn Learning and Love in the Suburbs Facebook Pages.
2.  Tell us in the comments below about a childhood memory you have of autumn. 
3.  Share our new E-Book link on your Facebook, Email and Twitter accounts and let us know you did by sharing the link to it in comments.
3.  Come back here on September 18th (just in time to get her for Michaelmas?) to see if you won!
 
The winner will be chosen randomly using a random number generator and announced here on our blog! 

74 thoughts on “Apple Mother Giveaway!”

  1. Favorite fall memory is going up to Holy HIll with my mother ever fall to look out over the trees from way up high and seeing all the colors, climbing the rocks, collecting everything, and the windows being full of ladybugs!

    sapsmama at yahoo dot com

  2. Favorite fall memory is going up to Holy HIll with my mother ever fall to look out over the trees from way up high and seeing all the colors, climbing the rocks, collecting everything, and the windows being full of ladybugs!

    sapsmama at yahoo dot com

  3. My favorite fall memory is raking leaves with my father at my grandparent's house. Then we would take my Poppy's old clothes and make a scarecrow. I had so much fun. Liked both pages on Facebook.

  4. My favorite fall memory is raking leaves with my father at my grandparent's house. Then we would take my Poppy's old clothes and make a scarecrow. I had so much fun. Liked both pages on Facebook.

  5. My favorite childhood memories about the Autumn are all linked to time spent with my granny – I remember sitting beside her while she was knitting and telling me the stories, while the fire was cracking in the wood stove. I also remember "helping" her while she was making plum jam and other yummies she used to make…

  6. My favorite childhood memories about the Autumn are all linked to time spent with my granny – I remember sitting beside her while she was knitting and telling me the stories, while the fire was cracking in the wood stove. I also remember "helping" her while she was making plum jam and other yummies she used to make…

  7. My favorite childhood memory is going to the pumpkin patch with my cousins. We always had so much fun, lots of picture taking, and we spent the whole evening after with pizza and carving our pumpkins.

  8. My favorite childhood memory is going to the pumpkin patch with my cousins. We always had so much fun, lots of picture taking, and we spent the whole evening after with pizza and carving our pumpkins.

  9. My memory is of livng on our 100 acre farm. There were 3 families. Me and my mom, my grandparents and my uncles family. We all lived in separate houses, but we all came together to work the land and be sustainable. It was a working farm in Kentucky, so we harvested tobacco, which by now would be put up in the barn. But then there were all the other things to put up, or can. By now our stores and pantries would be overfilling with all colors of the rainbow food. I loved going in the hay barns, and walking through the woods near the small creek. I would always speak rhymes and poetry to the fairy people that lived there.

  10. My memory is of livng on our 100 acre farm. There were 3 families. Me and my mom, my grandparents and my uncles family. We all lived in separate houses, but we all came together to work the land and be sustainable. It was a working farm in Kentucky, so we harvested tobacco, which by now would be put up in the barn. But then there were all the other things to put up, or can. By now our stores and pantries would be overfilling with all colors of the rainbow food. I loved going in the hay barns, and walking through the woods near the small creek. I would always speak rhymes and poetry to the fairy people that lived there.

  11. My favorite fall memory is going to the orchard and picking apples with my mother. Then making apple butter with my grandmother.
    enchantedtree(at)hotmail.com

  12. My favorite fall memory is going to the orchard and picking apples with my mother. Then making apple butter with my grandmother.
    enchantedtree(at)hotmail.com

  13. I like coming to my old Granny's garden every autumn and inhaled apple aroma and listen her stories about childhood, how they made apple marshmallow in their village and dried apples with her grandmother who lived so long ago that we haven't any photo of her…

    I like your pages, of course:) and shared your wonderful book on my FB page http://www.facebook.com/anna.moses.528

  14. I like coming to my old Granny's garden every autumn and inhaled apple aroma and listen her stories about childhood, how they made apple marshmallow in their village and dried apples with her grandmother who lived so long ago that we haven't any photo of her…

    I like your pages, of course:) and shared your wonderful book on my FB page http://www.facebook.com/anna.moses.528

  15. My favorite memory is making garbage cans out of old Baskin Robbins ice cream containers. We would collect leaves, glue them on, then cover it with tacky paper. They were gorgeous and a great way to spend quality time with my mom!

  16. My favorite memory is making garbage cans out of old Baskin Robbins ice cream containers. We would collect leaves, glue them on, then cover it with tacky paper. They were gorgeous and a great way to spend quality time with my mom!

  17. Liked both of the pages. Raking leaves and, as environmentally unfriendly as this may sound, the smell of the leaves burning. That is just what everyone did back then. Jumping forward to raising my kids, the fall nature table was a favorite of mine. And making leaf pictures. Thank you for the giveaway!!!

  18. Liked both of the pages. Raking leaves and, as environmentally unfriendly as this may sound, the smell of the leaves burning. That is just what everyone did back then. Jumping forward to raising my kids, the fall nature table was a favorite of mine. And making leaf pictures. Thank you for the giveaway!!!

  19. Oh how I miss autumn. Living in Arizona has its downsides, for sure! My favorite autumn memories are definitely watching the leaves change color, crunching through them on my way to the bus stop, and crisp autumn mornings.

    And I am a fan of both pages. ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. Growing up in a Leaf Season state, my favorite memories are of raking huge piles of leaves to jump in. Now living in the South, nothing compares to the crackling leaves, the scents, and the crisp air of Autumn.

  21. Growing up in a Leaf Season state, my favorite memories are of raking huge piles of leaves to jump in. Now living in the South, nothing compares to the crackling leaves, the scents, and the crisp air of Autumn.

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