~*Lammas/Lughnasadh - August 1st*~
Lughnasadh is celebrated roughly at the midpoint between the Summer Solstice and the Autumn Equinox. Summer continues for now, but the days are steadily growing shorter and there is work to be done. Lughnasadh is the first of three harvest festivals, and the central crop, in this case, is grain.
Traditionally the first sheaf of grain is cut, winnowed, ground, and baked into ceremonial bread - the delicious result of months of labor. In the process, the seeds for next year's grain are carefully saved, and the wheel keeps turning.
This card measures 5x7 inches and comes with a kraft brown envelope and a golden sticker seal. Inside is blank. The original artwork for the image was done with paint and colored pencils on corrugated cardboard and has been reproduced here on white semigloss cardstock.
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