Monday, 6 February 2017

Makeup

Eden's Mum asked me to make a card for her daughter's birthday. She sent me a list of all the themes for this year's card. Driving lessons, hoop earrings, eye makeup by Urban Decay and fancy makeup brushes were mentioned, and Eden's hair should be shown worn in ponytail she said. Eden was turning 17, so I was asked to show her age too.
For those of you who may not know what the blue box is on the card, it is 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".
Another customer asked me for some smaller cards. The one for Skye, above, should have a makeup theme, her Grandma said, whilst for the others I was simply asked to create "something pretty". The tulip design, below, is an old favourite that I still enjoy making from time to time.
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11 comments:

Tamar SB said...

I love it! Your colors are so bright and cheery!

Aritha said...

Love both! The last one is a sweet one.

Ohmydearests said...

They are all beautiful!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Beautiful work. I love how you did the makeup brushes!

krishna said...

The birthday card is just awesome..

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Such sweet and imaginative cards! I'm sure they are really appreciated

I see I missed your son Gadi's birthday while I was away on vacation--hope he had a very happy day!

Anonymous said...

Whoa Lisa, you did it again - all these tiny features of the make up brushes and her ear rings - stunning work! Thank you so much for linking your beautiful and interesting cards to ALL SEASONS!
Your post of the daffodils (narcissus flowers) is beautiful too!
Have a great week:)

Sharon said...

Perfect for a teenager! You are so creative!

restlessjo said...

So clever! I love the Learner sign! Much more attractive than ours. Happy Thursday, Lisa!

likeschocolate said...

Great job! You always do a great job of capturing the personality of the person you are making the card for!

Rhonda Albom said...

I really like the 70th birthday card. It's fun.

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