Sunday, December 13, 2020

Watercolor Truck

 I guess it is all of the imperfections that make a handmade card precious and unique. How many mistakes can you find in this dandy watercolor scene? I was able to die cut a few out of the card front, but there are still at least two major ones. Can you see them? 

   Country Livin'

   Close to Cocoa A-2
   Candy Shop Printed Paper 5-1/4 x 4
   Watercolor Paper 5-1/4 x 4
   Whisper White 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)

   Archival Basic Black
   Basic Gray
   Smoky Slate
   Soft Suede
   Soft Sky
   Old Olive
   Dapper Denim

   Die Cutting

   Window Frame Collection
   Aqua Painter
   Soft Subtles Brads
   Paper Piercer

First, I applied a Soft Sky watercolor wash over the watercolor panel.

I then stamped my truck and watercolored it. I added a bit of grass and a sentiment.

I then die cut it so that I could center the truck on the panel. This was adhered to the printed paper panel and then onto the card base.

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  1. I love your homespun card here with the country truck and watercolor look, Sally! I only see one - so you are better at hiding them than you think! :)

  2. Sally, your old truck looks great on this beautiful card!

  3. I only see 1 and you can easily hide that one....Make another black mark on that and create a bird. Then add a couple more swooshes and create a couple more birds. Then they look like you mean to do them. :D Still this is just a gorgeous truck and beautifully colored.

  4. I can see the smudge, which can be hidden by adding another smudge to make it a bird, but what about the missing front tire? Is that it? Regardless, it's a nice card.