birthday party invitations - Let's Get Artsy

Tags: birthday party invitations, Rainbow, art, paint

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Cat Wilcox
  • Minted Feb 23, 2016
  • 25 Comments made
  • 1010 Votes cast

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"Every child is an artist". Perfect invite for boy or girl who wants an art themed party............

tags:

birthday party invitations, Rainbow, art, paint

colors shown:

red, orange,yellow, green, blue, purple

fonts:

Rumple drop and Third Storey Bold

design inspired by:

A7 Photo Card

submitted on:

Mar 07 2016

Edited on:

Mar 15 2016

average score:

2.35

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birthday party invitations - Let's Get Artsy by Cat Wilcox

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Cat Wilcox on Mar 7, 2016 at 3:39pm
Cat Wilcox
  • Minted Feb 23, 2016
  • 25 Comments made
  • 1010 Votes cast

Open to any Suggestions! Thanks in advance. Also, the colors look off (flat and dull) once I move my image into illustrator from photoshop, any one know why?

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Cat Wilcox on Mar 12, 2016 at 7:16am
Cat Wilcox
  • Minted Feb 23, 2016
  • 25 Comments made
  • 1010 Votes cast

Thank you for all the suggestions, This is my updated version with font change. But I'm wondering if the information is placed to low?

Mandy Wilson on Mar 12, 2016 at 9:20am
Mandy Wilson
  • Minted Feb 15, 2016
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I would probably move all the text up starting at 'Megan...' And make it bold. I think the colors are fine. I would put the time on same line as date and the address same line with city. Also, the rsvp same line with number.

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Lindsey Kelly on Mar 7, 2016 at 10:21pm
Lindsey Kelly
  • Minted Feb 10, 2016
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Looks great! The colors just look different when changing from rgb to cmyk I believe. It doesn't look flat or dull here, it's probably just when you are comparing the two. I wouldn't worry too much about the colors changing!

Dawn Jasper on Mar 8, 2016 at 5:00pm
Dawn Jasper
  • Minted Jan 16, 2010
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This is really fun! I might try moving the paint dabs out from behind the main copy text. I also might try using a second font (san serif maybe?) to give the piece some visual contrast - the script also gets a little hard to read on those smaller sections. As far as color, for this round of voting you don't even really need to pull it into illustrator if your art is the correct size - just hit save for web within photoshop and make sure your longest side is 550px, save as a jpeg and you're good to go :)

Dawn Jasper on Mar 8, 2016 at 5:00pm
Dawn Jasper
  • Minted Jan 16, 2010
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This is really fun! I might try moving the paint dabs out from behind the main copy text. I also might try using a second font (san serif maybe?) to give the piece some visual contrast - the script also gets a little hard to read on those smaller sections. As far as color, for this round of voting you don't even really need to pull it into illustrator if your art is the correct size - just hit save for web within photoshop and make sure your longest side is 550px, save as a jpeg and you're good to go :)

Katie Zimpel on Mar 9, 2016 at 10:08am
Katie Zimpel
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I like all the painting brushes, but maybe I'd get rid of some and add a paint tube or something else painting related as well.

Hayley on Mar 9, 2016 at 1:51pm

I might try adding another font in addition to the handwritten font like a sans serif to add some variety and legibility

Mandy Wilson on Mar 11, 2016 at 8:02pm
Mandy Wilson
  • Minted Feb 15, 2016
  • 64 Comments made
  • 5645 Votes cast

I would keep the first two lines script but after that it gets hard to read. Maybe choose another font for the rest but not script.