minibook cards - Aurora

Tags: minibook cards, watercolor, purple, painterly, clean, simple, modern

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Paper Plains
  • Minted Nov 17, 2008
  • 22 Awards
  • 247 Comments made
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This Christmas mini-book features painterly watercolor stripes to highlight your photos and set off the tabs

tags:

minibook cards, watercolor, purple, painterly, clean, simple, modern

colors shown:

purples, black and white

fonts:

archer

design inspired by:

Christmas or Holiday Minibook Card

submitted on:

Sep 07 2010

Edited on:

Sep 08 2010

average score:

2.64

comments:

1

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annie clark on Sep 8, 2010 at 7:55pm
annie clark
  • Minted Apr 25, 2008
  • 141 Awards
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oooo sarah i love those painty swashes and that circle motif is pretty fab!

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Moglea on Sep 7, 2010 at 5:19pm
Moglea
  • Minted Oct 6, 2009
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i adore the subtle paint textures that you use! My only critique: I don't like the cover photo with this design. The tire ruins the softness of it.

Paper Plains on Sep 7, 2010 at 6:01pm
Paper Plains
  • Minted Nov 17, 2008
  • 22 Awards
  • 247 Comments made
  • 9502 Votes cast

Hmmm good point. I'll do some tweaking. Hey are you going to be in IC for the game this weekend? We should meet up!

SD Design on Sep 7, 2010 at 6:34pm
SD Design
  • Minted Dec 4, 2008
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super-great, sarah. i actually like the photo with it. the tire has the same "washy" tones in it. plus, it repeats the circle thing you got goin'. also, i really like how you made a tab on the cover - clever and unique :).