2021 Calendar – 10 – Hydref

October Calendar Page

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Despite my health not being the best, I have managed to do a little gardening. Moving and sitting down to do everything. But got some nice food for the table. For some reason only the dark purple coloured carrots grew from the pack of mixed carrots seeds. I added some Tesco orange carrots to them for some added colour for a sunday lunch in mid September.

With them we had some home grown “bright lights” (mixed colour) swiss chard and some home grown red potatoes.

While I was too shakey with my health to go out the garden the garden, a couple of the courgettes grew rather large to a marrow size, so I gave some away and made a marrow pie with one.  In fact, I had so much filling after prepareing it that I’ve bagged some and put into the freezer to make another pie in the winter.

The pie looked quite good after bakeing even if I do say so myself.


Time to show you what I’ve put on my mother’s October calendar page.  If you missed seeing the previous pages you can see : January – Here! February – Here! March – Here! April – Here! May – Here! June – Here ! July – Here! August – Here! September – Here!

If you’ve seen any of my previous posts about the calendar I’ve been decorating for my mother month by month you will know that I ask her hat she would like next.  The theme chosen for October was animals again, so I had to something different to the donkeys I did last time.

What I Did

I believe that these images are by Pollyanna Pickering.  They all came in a kit together, as did the sheet of paper I used as a background.  I chose a grey Adorable Scorable as the main, frameing, background.

Everything was stuck on using fingerlift tape this time.

The finished piece was stuck up on the calendar with fingerlift tape.

I printed out the month in Welsh and used fingerlift tape again to stick this on.

The Finished Page

This is the panel ready to stick on the calendar.

The panel on the calendar.

The full calendar page up on the wall.


More crafting to show you at some point so please do keep checking back for a look.

Have a great month everybody.


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