thank you cards - thanks a bunch

Tags: thank you cards, floral, french, flourish, blooms, bright

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Christina N Kinoshita
  • Minted May 21, 2011
  • 20 Comments made
  • 1887 Votes cast

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Saying 'thank you' comes easily with this happy and pretty, french inspired card.


thank you cards, floral, french, flourish, blooms, bright

colors shown:

provincial blue, melon, white


Adios Script, Strangelove, Cursive Standard

design inspired by:

A2 Photo Card

submitted on:

Apr 23 2012

Edited on:

Apr 29 2012

average score:




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thank you cards - thanks a bunch by Christina N Kinoshita


Ana Gonzalez on Apr 30, 2012 at 2:21pm
Ana Gonzalez
  • Minted Jun 11, 2010
  • 35 Awards
  • 3566 Comments made
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very beautiful!

Version 3 - submitted on Apr 23 2012 - hide

Amber Barkley on Apr 24, 2012 at 10:42am
Amber Barkley
  • Minted Dec 8, 2010
  • 115 Awards
  • 1320 Comments made
  • 32023 Votes cast

This is so pretty! I love the floral design and cheerful color palette. My only suggestion would be to darken the name just a bit. You might consider a new font, or change it to the bold version of the existing font. That way, it will be a little bit more legible. ...Just a thought. :)

Leslie Ann Jones on Apr 25, 2012 at 3:42pm
Leslie Ann Jones
  • Minted Jun 9, 2010
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This is very pretty, Christina. I love the concept. I also love Adios Script, but to me, the swirly "r" and "u" are distracting. They interrupt the flow of the words and make them hard to read. I also agree with Amber's comment about darkening the name and perhaps lengthening it. Maybe you could say "the Jennings Family" so that the name is more proportional to the length of the banner.

Version 2 - submitted on Apr 23 2012 - no comments

Version 1 - submitted on Apr 23 2012 - no comments