Hay prices are high and probably going to get higher; same goes for feed! Farm machinery,,,,,,well, we won't even discuss what that costs or the price of maintaining it! Driving the tractor with Papa; hey, that's priceless!
I remember playing on my grandpa's tractor at his farm; it was the best fun! Now we get to share that with our grand-girl.
All of my cuts except the deer are from the CTMH Artiste and Artbooking Cartridges.
I used a stencil I made from the Artbooking cartridge to air brush in the arrows. It ended up looking almost like tractor tire prints! I layered over that with different stamps including: Distressed Backgrounds and Assorted Edges.
In Design Space I sliced the deer from Going Places Cartridge into a frame from Artbooking. I used the In the Background stamp from CTMH to put the pattern on using Pixie ink. After the ink was dry, I heat embossed with clear powder using the same stamp.
The arrow pattern paper is Sweet Leaf color from Fundamental Paper. This cardstock has a really cool ink resist feature. I rubbed over it with a darker green ink to get that look.
Sketches in Thyme: See sketch to the right.
Scrap Our Stash: PAPER
P - Pixie Cardsotock and Ink; Polaroid type frame
A - Artbooking Cartridge; Artiste Cartridge; Arrows
P - Price tag
E - Enamel Dots (available very soon at CTMH); Enamel Shapes;
E-brush to air brush the arrows
R - Ribbon; Round Circle; Resist Technique
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