Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Playing the cello and learning to drive

No, you're not seeing double. I made these cards for twin boys who were turning 8 and who have the same hobbies. Last year gymnastics was their thing. This year it seems that they have moved on to judo - they both have their yellow and white belts - and playing the cello. Quite a combination! 
Their 17 year old brother also celebrated his birthday recently. He is learning to drive, so on his card I showed him holding an Israeli L-plate. The plate shares the general design of Israeli information signs in its square form and blue background. On the blue background is a white triangle pointing upwards, with the black Hebrew letter "ל" in it, from the Hebrew למידה‎ - "Learning". Ori is holding a re:bar drink, from the juice and yoghurt bar where he currently works, in his other hand. He's a clever chap too. Mum tells me that he is a whizz at maths and science, so I added some potions and some mathematical symbols. I can draw them, but I certainly don't know how to use them myself!

2 comments:

Richard said...

very creative

Miss Val's Creations said...

Love these! The twin cards are so fun. How cute that they play the cello. I've always loved hearing that instrument. I love the science and math details for their brother. A smart young man!

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