Hi all! It’s Sylvia here with a fun twist in the brand new food truck. Have you seen it yet? Joset turned my idea perfectly into a great design and together with all the accessories it is such a versatile set. Here is another fun variation that you can create with this food truck. Are you ready?
Step 1: diecut all parts of the foodtruck from Soft Finish Cardstock. Diecut as well some fruits, veggies and crates from set 1858 farm accessories and a basket from the foodtruck accessories, also in Soft Finish cardstock
Step 2: trim off the small part above the hind wheel, as shown in the photo below
Step 3: cut the foodtruck at the black lines as shown in the next photo. Now you’ll have a base for a pick up truck.
Step 4: colour all parts to your liking. I used distress ink salvaged patina and speckled egg for the blueish tones and brushed corduroy for the browns, I also rubbed some copper wax randomly to get a ‘rusty look’ on the pick up truck.
Step 5: assemble the truck as shown in the photo and stamp ‘farm fresh’ on the side, using the stamp from set CS 296 goid food, good mood
Step 6: colour the crates, basket, fruits and veggies to your liking. Note: I used the centre part of the sunflower as oranges
Step 7: arrange the crates, basket, fruits and veggies on the pick up truck. I added a steering wheel and used the T-shape from set 1620 safari accessories for mine. Now your truck is ready to deliver the harvest to the market. You can use it in your planner or send it as a card to a friend.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask! I love to see your trucks.
Elizabeth Craft Designs supplies:
Color medium like distress ink or similar, metallic rub on
Very cool, love an old rusty truck!
Thank you so much Connie!
Oh, Sylvia, I’m so glad you’re home and creating more “eye candy” for us. This produce truck is PERFECT. I love the distressing; that truck has hauled a lot of farm fresh goodies in its day! Thank you again, dear friend, for continuing to inspire me! YOU ARE THE BEST!
Ah, so sweet of you, thank you Ann