- Going with him to the trash dump site in his old truck.
- Or sneaking out to eat at the local cafe after church.
I'm sure there is an old truck somewhere in your memories.
The truck and surroundings were colored in using a combination of Stampin' Write markers and a blender pen. It's easy to achieve a beautiful watercolor effect using a marker and a blender. And the tip cleans off with just a couple of strokes on scratch paper so you only need a couple for all your blending needs.
I colored the apples with the Pear Pizzazz Stampin' Write Marker. I first thought of coloring them red (for red delicious apples – my favorite!) but I wanted a red truck so green it was. My husband's favorite apple is the Granny Smith Apple – do you have a favorite?
The sentiment is from the In a Word Stamp Set – it's retired but you can still get it as a digital download. The pattern paper is from Love Letter Designer Series Paper. The background was spritzed using the Color Spritzer Tool and Soft Suede Stampin' Write Marker. I also lightly spritzed the sentiment for a cohesive look.
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Paper: Watercolor Paper (105019), Real Red Card Stock (102482), Basic Black Card Stock (121045), Love Letter Designer Series Paper (117162)
Ink: Basic Black Classic Ink Pad (101179)
Accessories: Stampin' Write Markers (Pear Pizzazz (119801), Real Red (100052), Soft Suede (120973), Basic Black (100082), Basic Gray (12966)), Basic Black 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon (109027), Color Spritzer Tool (107066), Modern Label Extra Large Punch (119849), Magnetic Movers and Shapers Curly Label (114506), Magnetic Movers & Shapers Punch windows (115953), Big Shot Die Cut Machine (113439), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)