birth announcements - Twin Emblem

Tags: birth announcements, twin, multi-photo, multiples, heart, love, simple, clean, unique, modern, emblem, circle, badge, current, stylish, fresh, jennifer postorino

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Jennifer Postorino
  • Minted Dec 27, 2008
  • 184 Awards
  • 4451 Comments made
  • 51906 Votes cast

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comments from Jennifer:

This fresh twin birth announcement features a modern emblem surrounded by two photos. A little heart before the parents names adds a touch of whimsy and fun.

tags:

birth announcements, twin, multi-photo, multiples, heart, love, simple, clean, unique, modern, emblem, circle, badge, current, stylish, fresh, jennifer postorino

colors shown:

gold and dusty blue

fonts:

frontage and business penmanship

design inspired by:

A7 Photo Birth Announcement

submitted on:

Dec 28 2015

Edited on:

Jan 13 2016

average score:

2.89

comments:

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birth announcements - Twin Emblem by Jennifer Postorino

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Version 2 - submitted on Jan 02 2016 - hide

Cheer Up Press on Jan 12, 2016 at 12:34pm
Cheer Up Press
  • Minted Apr 25, 2008
  • 110 Awards
  • 910 Comments made
  • 15118 Votes cast

Jen, this is really nice. I agree with Salina -- the horizontal white line cutting through the circle tends to distract my eyes more than it should, I see that you already edited it once, but it still distracts me. Hope that helps :)

Version 1 - submitted on Dec 28 2015 - hide

Salina Mack on Dec 29, 2015 at 11:58am
Salina Mack
  • Minted Oct 13, 2014
  • 2 Awards
  • 449 Comments made
  • 6038 Votes cast

This is an adorably sweet design! The center rule cutting into the inner-most circle seems a bit unfinished. What if it stops right at the edge of the inner-most circle instead of piercing it?