maandag 27 augustus 2012

Birthday ideas

This week, it's birthday-week...
That's why I made some cards, this is one of them.

Do you find it also difficult to buy a good birthday present, something you 
think he/she is really happy with? Me too!! It's always a lot more simple if you give the
 present a theme.
This birthday was theme by colorful and usefull. This is how 
it turend out

Simple birthday card
If you use that many collors it's importand to keep the card as simple
as possible, than all collors flash not into your eyes.

The pressent
When you have your card, it's time to find a funny present. It's always
 important to think about what you are doing with the birthday boy/girl
 if you see him/her. This girl I met in high school. She is looking for a job, now
she has her diploma. That's why I thought it would be fun to buy things for her first
job. I thought it's lovely to put a picture on your desk and to have an own cup on your work.

I was triggered by the artistic challenge and used ink on two different
ways, 1. I spattered it, 2. I used it with a stamp.

7 opmerkingen:

  1. I love the crispness of your work Ellen. The colours just make it feel so fresh and clean. Great work. Thank you for joining us on ARTastic this month.

  2. Lovely colours of the green, white & yellow Ellen, with such lovely photos - a great page.
    Thanks for playing along with us at ARTastic.

  3. Love your colourful creation, and what a fab giveawy for a birthday present :)

  4. We are so glad that you played along with our ARTastic challenge. Your layout shows a lovely moment that your friend will delight in and you have alovely page.

  5. I always think the nicest presents are the ones given with thought, and so I'm sure your friend is going to love her present. Your ink spots look good on the white background and you have done a great page with it. Well done.

  6. Great page Ellen using two different techniques. The yellow and green combination works well, thanks for joining in ARTastic this month :)

  7. Love the crispy green you have used! Thanks for playing along at ARTastic!