Created using the October 2011 Mega Farmer's Market
By the Studio Team
Used Layer Style>Stroke to turn the paper turnip in to a sticker like some of the other veggie elements.
Cropped the leather bow to shorten one end.
Drop shadows, scaling, and rotating used judiciously.
Font used is Old Newspaper Types
Photo is from Flickr, found by searching "free to use vintage farm lady"
I grew up in south central Ohio, in the middle of a corn field. Literally. Corn everywhere! The farmers in the area grew lots of corn, beets, radishes, and lettuce so I focused on those veggies. The rural area where I grew up was farmed by the same families for over a century. Not much happened in those parts, so I always made up stories in my mind about things that took place "in the old days" before I was born. That's where this little story about Betty Sue and "the radish incident" came from.
Betty Sue Greenfield
No one expected the recent
transplant to Ross county to
even place in this year’s
contest. Her threat to reveal
the recent “radish incident”
to the town council ensured
her crown, and revealed her
penchant for scandal. That
innocent smile may have
Farmer Brown fooled, but the
rest of us know her story!