thank you cards - { MODERN ORGANIC }

Tags: thank you cards, Rich, clean, modern, chic, organic, thank you, brown, gray

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About Amy and Tina

Design Lotus
  • Minted May 9, 2008
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comments from Amy and Tina:

Very gender neutral. Inspired by West Elm.

tags:

thank you cards, Rich, clean, modern, chic, organic, thank you, brown, gray

colors shown:

silver & dark chocolate

fonts:

Avenir

design inspired by:

Sweet Sixteen

submitted on:

Aug 14 2008

Edited on:

Aug 15 2010

average score:

3.23

comments:

7

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comments

Beth on Aug 15, 2008 at 7:14am edit delete

Love everything about this - colors, the delicate leaves, font. Really nice!

Sandhya on Aug 15, 2008 at 9:06am edit delete

Something about the alignment of the type is not working for me, esp. the date line - it almost looks like it wants to be justified with Nichols. Also have you tried having the & in an outline - might look interesting. Nice work!

Amy on Aug 15, 2008 at 9:26am edit delete

Thanks Sandhya. I took the bold font down a little to compensate.

Sandhya on Aug 15, 2008 at 12:12pm edit delete

Yeah, this is much better.

K on Aug 28, 2008 at 5:56am

I love the movement in this, yet it looks almost frozen in time. Very unusual.

Simran on Aug 29, 2008 at 8:40am

Love that it is elegant and soft, yet bold. I'd move the bold line over to the left ever so slightly so that it looks aligned and then make the second leaf overlap the first so that the stem goes under the leaf instead. It's looking a bit messy there. Otherwise, it's a great design! Try working with the & in outline as Sandhya suggested and maybe turn it into a lime green...

Simran on Aug 29, 2008 at 8:40am

Love that it is elegant and soft, yet bold. I'd move the bold line over to the left ever so slightly so that it looks aligned and then make the second leaf overlap the first so that the stem goes under the leaf instead. It's looking a bit messy there. Otherwise, it's a great design! Try working with the & in outline as Sandhya suggested and maybe turn it into a lime green...