Tuesday, 19 May 2009

The Pink Elephant


This was a really quick make! I just remembered I had to make a card for my mum to give to my son whose birthday is tomorrow...so time was limited.
I drew the burger and fries, coloured them with Promarkers and then ,because I had seen the the challenge on The Pink Elephant was to use Letters or Monograms I added the A for Andrew..
The papers I have used are from DCWV /black and white prints.
I'm afraid the photo is a bit fuzzy but the light is not great and gran is waiting for her card....

10 comments:

  1. A fabulous card - love your use of the letter A - the text on the letter looks really effective. I scrolled down your blog and you've done some fantastic teenage cards. Love the numbers cut out of wall paper - so cool.
    Ann xxx
    http://thepinkelephantchallenge.blogspot.com/

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  2. I love it, really effective, the style could be used for anyone, lol
    Shree
    xx

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  3. Your card is beautiful!
    Hugs Gisela

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  4. Great card, your son will love it. Elaine

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  5. Fabulous card xxx
    Just stopping by to tell you about the exciting new Challenge blog that has just been announced, packed with fresh creative ideas, to be run by myself and Ann (madgesty loves to create). Please stop by the link below and check out the brilliant blog candy on offer and how you can become involved. See you there xxx
    The Next Level.

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  6. Woww Ruth,what a gorgeous card,


    Hugs Riet.x

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  7. You're very good at drawing Ruth! Perfect card for a boy and perfect for our challenge at TPE...thanks for playing along :)

    Hugs
    Carol x
    p.s. love the teacup too!

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  8. Such a nice masculine card, Ruth!!! Wow! You drew that?! Fantastic job! Thanks for creating with us at TPE!

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  9. Super Clever and totally neat!!! LOVE it!!!
    Thanks for joining us this week at TPE!!

    HUGS ~ LORI BOYD

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Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment, it's lovely to hear from you. Ruth