corporate holiday cards - Perfect Shade of Merry

Tags: corporate holiday cards, modern, clean, fun, typography, simple, chic

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That Girl Studio
  • Minted Dec 23, 2011
  • 20 Awards
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About the Design

comments from sheila:

Wish your favorite clients their own perfect shade of merry, whatever that may be with these modern but quirky holiday cards.

tags:

corporate holiday cards, modern, clean, fun, typography, simple, chic

colors shown:

Green

design inspired by:

A7 Non-Photo Card

submitted on:

Apr 02 2012

Edited on:

Apr 10 2012

comments:

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Ana Gonzalez
Ana Gonzalez
@anagonzalez
Joined 2010 · 35 awards won

Great, I totally love this one, one of my faves!

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VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 04/03/2012 06:38 pm

That Girl Studio
That Girl Studio
@thatgirlstudio
Joined 2011 · 20 awards won

Still thinking about Carol's feedback on the typeface.

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Samantha Venator
Samantha Venator
@obadesigns
Joined 2009 · 21 awards won

I agree with the type face try maybe furture or engraves gothic, also what if you made this look like a color swatch

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Ana Gonzalez
Ana Gonzalez
@anagonzalez
Joined 2010 · 35 awards won

I love it! Great concept. I wish the bottom font, the design group was smaller and maybe simpler. But I still love it as is!!!!!

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That Girl Studio
That Girl Studio
@thatgirlstudio
Joined 2011 · 20 awards won

Thanks ladies - I am still mulling. I swear I spent an hour playing with different fonts and looking at the list. I've had this looking like swatches, had slight shades of green but I still come back to editing, strip it down. I like the low and wide typefaces. There are a few on the list that I like but don't own. I think of my client as Jeff Lewis - "what would Jeff send to his clients?" ... Still kicking the tires on this one. Thanks for the feedback.

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Carol Fazio
Carol Fazio
@caf3410
Joined 2011 · 41 awards won

your concepts/copy are always on point - wondering if an ID firm would use a sleeker typeface or something more stylish? just thinking out loud here. I might lose the word 'all' - doesn't sound LA/NYC to me!

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