One more for my favorite photos book...


It's not uncommon to see the remnants of former farmsteads in the community where I live, like an old farmhouse sitting smack dab in the middle of a cluster of new homes, or an old barn that's been kitted out with modern niceties and is now being used as a garage or workshop of some kind...and occasionally, you'll still find hidden away on some overgrown patch of yet-to-be developed former farm property an implement like this one, dating back to the days when "horsepower" literally meant horse power.



CREDITS


Jesse Edwards Clean & Serene 2 Solids


Katie Pertiet Border Die Cuts No. 3, Naturally Krafty No. 3 Paper Pack, Grungy Ledger Grids Brushes-n-Stamps, Cut Ups Black & White, Word Strip Labels, Stitching Holes and Rounded Corner Stitching Holes Brushes-n-Stamps


Anna Aspnes Stitched by Anna No. 2 Brown, 12 x 12 Distressed Edge Overlays No. 1


Pattie Knox Brad Bonanza


Myself textured brush





FONTS


Dominican Small Caps, Dominican Italic