Updated: Nov 4, 2022
Hello Digi Divas- Welcome to my Happy Place! Growing up in a small town in Missouri, I am very familiar with pickup trucks loaded with farm fresh produce headed to local markets every autumn. This is my homage to that period of time which seems so long ago. Are you ready? Come along....
Suggested card size: 7"x5"
MATERIALS LIST: COPIC® MARKERS:
3555J- Fresh from the Farm Digi Set B0000 - Sky
Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock E11, E13, E15, E18, E07-Truck
Goldenrod® Solid Core Cardstock E30, E31, E35, E37
Fall Paper from my stash N1, N3, N5, N7-Bumpers
Jolee's all that Bling®-Copper Jewels R14, R35 - Wheel, berries & Tail lights
7"x5" Cardbase T1, T3, T5
Jute Twine Y21, Y23, YR14, YR15, YR16-Pumpkins
Tear-ific® Tape YG01, YG63, YR21, YR24, R39-Leaves
YR02, YR04, YR15, YR18-Pumpkins
To start this haul of pumpkins, I laid out the truck image 4-3/4"x3-1/2".
The ground cluster is:
1. Pumpkin 2
2. Leaf Filigree - rotated
3. Pumpkin 1
Total size of images 5"x3-1/2"
Print image centered in one half of the page
on Hammermill® 100 lb. White Coverstock.
Color as desired. I chose to color using Copic® Markers. The colors I used are listed above.
The ground color is a variety of browns and gray dots.
Using a straight edge tear a rectangle of the image
to 6-1/4"x4-3/8" as shown.
Cut a 7"x5" rectangle of the Goldenrod.
Tear a 6-3/4"x4-3/4" rectangle of the Fall Paper from the stash.
And the 6-1/4"x4-3/8" Truck image.
Adhere the Fall printed paper centered on the Goldenrod rectangle.
Adhere the Truck image centered on the Fall Paper of Stash Paper.
Adhere (3) three Jolee's all that Bling® - Copper jewels in the upper left corner and in the lower right corner as shown.
Adhere the front panel to the 7"x5" cardbase.
Wrap Jute Twine at fold twice and tie a bow at the top as shown.
Perfect fall occasion creation.
That's It! Your Fresh from the Farm Truck Card is complete. I do hope you have enjoyed today's card making tutorial. Please visit often- I have a lot of tutorials coming soon as we head into the Fall and Holiday Seasons! If you would like the PDF Version of this tutorial, just click on the button below:
I am sharing this card with the following: