personal stationery - Jotted Note

Tags: personal stationery, hand-drawn, brown, black, scribble, circles, bubbles

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Amy Wadeson
  • Minted Feb 17, 2013
  • 52 Comments made
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A simple hand-drawn design style on kraft paper.

tags:

personal stationery, hand-drawn, brown, black, scribble, circles, bubbles

colors shown:

black, brown

fonts:

Janda Elegant Handwriting

design inspired by:

A2 Non-Photo Stationery

submitted on:

Aug 04 2013

Edited on:

Aug 04 2013

average score:

2.41

comments:

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personal stationery - Jotted Note by Amy Wadeson

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Becky Nimoy on Aug 4, 2013 at 7:34pm
Becky Nimoy
  • Minted Mar 29, 2011
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this looks much cleaner now

Version 1 - submitted on Jul 29 2013 - hide

Becky Nimoy on Jul 30, 2013 at 6:34am
Becky Nimoy
  • Minted Mar 29, 2011
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i think you should get rid of the lines. its cute but it would realistically be difficult to write within them.

Robin L. Andrews on Jul 30, 2013 at 11:04am
Robin L. Andrews
  • Minted Mar 21, 2013
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I would only delete the circles next to the name. Grid lines might work better in white or a lighter tan than the background tan.

South City Press on Aug 4, 2013 at 6:10pm
South City Press
  • Minted Jun 11, 2013
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I don't mind the circles next to hello, but I would take them off the bottom/name line. I like the idea of hand drawn lines, but it might be helpful to make them a bit straighter (while still maintaining the hand drawn feel) so it's easier to write a note on them.