Wednesday, July 14, 2021

A Classic Grandson!

I guess it's just about every young high school boy's dream to get a truck as their first vehicle.  It doesn't have to be a new truck either - some covet their Dad's and Grandfather's trucks just as much as they do one straight off the new car lot. 

Whatever the case may be, if that dream is going to happen it truly is a day to remember in that young boy's life.  

One of my friends commissioned today's featured card for her grandson, Trennan who got his 1971 Ford on his 17th birthday.  I used Polka Dot Orchard's, A True Classic by Jeanie Hays and selected the colors similar to the truck he received.

It's always a pleasure to be allowed to help honor such a happy event and know that he will treasure the card from his Grandmother for many years to come.

I believe he's one happy fellow!

Thank you for stopping by today to view my blog.  I enjoy sharing my work with you and invite you to “Follow” my blog and to visit my site ~ “Not Just Scraps” on Facebook ~ where you can purchase my cards.


I’ll be entering this card in the following challenges: 

Through the Craftroom Door ~ July 13th Challenge 

Try it on Tuesday ~ Travel & Adventure 

Dream Valley ~ Challenge 251 

Allsorts ~ Week 632 ~ Masculine

 Pam's Pearls

Copics Used: Truck: B12, B01, B00, B0000, Rust: RV69, R39, YR18, Y18, Y08, Metal: N2, C6, N7, Tires: W5, N7, Windows: B01, Ground: E18, W2

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  1. A wonderful image and male card, perfect for our challenge at Allsorts this week, thank you for joining us.

  2. Super card, perfect!
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m

  3. Stunning card and it looks so much like the actual truck - well done Pam
    Stay safe

  4. A perfect card and love how you coloured the image to give it that 'aged' feel, thanks so much for sharing and joining us at Allsorts 'Masculine' theme this week.

    B x

  5. A super card for your grandson. Thank you for linking with us over at Try it on Tuesdays.

  6. What a great card. I love the blue pick up. We had one and I taught one of the girls to drive it when they were learning to drive. It's a great picture of your grandson. [Bunny]