Today I’m sharing a vegetable garden cart card using the Rubbernecker Stamps Cart and vegetable Cart Accessories #2 paired with the Deckle Hills, Small Birds, Grass #2, Leaf Group and framed using the Rectangle Combo #4.  I had fun coloring all the individual vegetables and figuring out how I would use them in the scene.  My favorite piece is the scale.

Come see how I made this garden cart card with vegetables.

The Frame and Grass Layer

  • Cut the frame using white cardstock
  • Attach the two largest frame sections together using double stick tape.
  • Cut a single grass layer and attach it to the back of the frame.
  • Apply mounting tape all the way around the back of the frame and attach it to the card base.

The Cart

  • Use woodgrain cardstock to cut the cart sections.
  • Apply Vintage Photo ink to all the parts using  a mini applicator.
  • Assemble the cart and attach all the pieces using glossy accents.
  • Cut the awning using red and white and attach the white layers to the red using glossy accents.
  • Tuck the cart in behind the grass layer and attach using mounting tape.
  • Apply single layer pieces of mounting tape to the top of the awning and triple layered pieces to the lower portion of the awning and attach to the card base.

Come see how I made this colorful garden cart card with vegetables.

The Vegetable Accessories

  • Cut the vegetable and pumpkin pieces using white cardstock.
  • Color the different vegetables using Distress Ink and mini applicators.
  • Cut the scale using red, gray and metallic silver cardstock and attach pieces using glossy accents. Use a fine tipped pen to apply tiny dots on the scale face for numbers.
  • Fill the crates with vegetables and attach using glossy accents.
  • Tuck the crates in behind the grass and one on the cart and attach with mounting tape.
  • Apply mounting tape to the scale and attach it to the card base.
  • Attach the pumpkins on the cart and the frame using pieces of mounting tape.
  • Finish the scene by attaching a few red birds to the card base using mounting tape and grass sprigs around the pumpkins and crates using glossy accents.  Attach a single branch to the top corner of the  awning to help offset all the weight in the bottom of the scene.

Come see how I made this pretty garden cart card with vegetables.

I hope you have enjoyed seeing my vegetable garden cart card.  I think the next time I use the cart I will create a larger card that allows me to combine the vegetable with flowers for a complete farmer’s market scene.  Here’s a Pinterest link with lots of cart inspiration. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a great day.