I have no idea where my mind was going when I made this card, but I sure had fun creating it! I started with a SU! retired background stamp called weathered, and stamped with versamark then embossed it with some Tim Holtz weathered wood distress ep I've had for ages. Next I used a TH stencil to sponge on some stones with distress ink on the left side. I stamped a few wheat sprigs on the left with a Rubbernecker stamp and some assorted neutral inks, then stamped the Rubbernecker tractor with Vintage Photo distress ink. I smeared some Fired Brick distressed ink on an acrylic block, and used an aqua brush to watercolor the tractor. I used some colored pencils to add light color elsewhere on the tractor, then stamped some SNSS birds in the sky, along with a stamped sentiment which had no name on it. I added some faded red highlights to the sentiment with a Tombow marker and added some stamped weeds on the bottom of the card done with a stick stamp by Judith. For the final touch, I distressed the edges with a Heidi Swapp tool I've had for a long time. I placed it all on an early espresso card base and called it done. I suppose any farmer might like this card, but I have no clue what I might do with it? LOL
I'm sharing it with the Tuesday Throwdown challenge #375 which is "distressing."
Thanks for stopping by and make it a great Thursday!