holiday photo cards - Well Wishes & Glad Tidings

Tags: holiday photo cards, glad tidings, well wishes, happy holidays, typography, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year, photo

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  • Minted Apr 3, 2008

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comments from Amy:

I was inspired by Jo and Christopher's beautiful tradition of sharing well wishes and dreams for a happy future with loved ones before Christmas dinner. I thought that they would want to express this on a card with a lovely photo of their family and send it to those who can't share the holiday and their tradition with them. This concept applies to so many families who are spread far and wide but still want to share a photo and happy thoughts for the upcoming new year. The card combines a touch of clean modernity and a touch of retro holiday charm. Perfect for holiday well wishes no matter what holiday you celebrate.

tags:

holiday photo cards, glad tidings, well wishes, happy holidays, typography, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year, photo

colors shown:

Red, Pale Blue

fonts:

Futura, Brody

design inspired by:

Jo and Christopher

submitted on:

May 29 2008

average score:

1.81

comments:

4

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final average score: 1.81
holiday photo cards - Well Wishes & Glad Tidings by Armato Design & Press

comments

Rick on Jun 2, 2008 at 1:58pm edit delete

I think this is a fun design that really exudes the warmth of this family. I might suggest bringing a snowflake or two in the bottom bar (if there's room) and maybe play around with fonts - Futura works well, but I'm not too sure on the Brody.

Alex on Jun 2, 2008 at 5:25pm edit delete

How would it look with the two halves switched? Photo on top and blue text on bottom. I agree with Rick that there may need to be a * (snowflake) on the other half to pull it all together. Maybe as a bullet or something.

Margaret on Jun 6, 2008 at 11:25pm edit delete

I recommend that the placement & there for of the words solitude and gratitude be exchanged. No need to busy it up with a snowflake. I would also like to see how the standard holiday green text color would look instead of the blue.

lori on Jun 8, 2008 at 5:26am edit delete

nice.