So I chose my least unliked combo of blue and orange - but I have to admit to going with a lighter aqua blue and a deeper red-orange, so I hope this still passes muster 😄
My youngest son reached the ripe old age of 16 yesterday, and here in New Zealand that means he can sit the theory test for his Learner's Driver's Licence. Of course, yesterday was Sunday and nothing was open so it was a very impatient wait for 8am this morning to come round so we could go to the testing centre.
I'm happy (I think!) to say he passed with 100% and now the fun part starts, where either myself or his dad have to give him lessons for the next six months before he can go sit the practical part to be able to drive by himself. To celebrate, I made him a car card using MFT's Joy Ride Die-namics, with Summer Splash and Persimmon cardstock (meeting the blue/orange combo). I also added some gray for the accents and black for the wheels and wiper.
The back window is made from acetate and I added Nuvo Crystal Glaze to the lights. I stacked the registration plate 3 high to add some stability to it.
This was pretty simple to put together and I like the uncluttered finished look. I thought about adding a scene behind it, but wanted to keep it simple.
I'm also adding this to the Zoom challenge at CASology.
Thanks for visiting.
Cardstock: White, Black, Cement Gray, Persimmon, Summer Splash (MFT), Acetate
Dies: Joy Ride (MFT)
Accessories: Nuvo Crystal Glaze