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This 6 photos holiday card features a 6 boxes to add picture to show their times/memories to say happy holiday
holiday photo cards, clean,
red white black
Brandon Grotesque, Lavanderia Regular
Holiday Photo Card
Apr 06 2016
May 03 2016
which do you like for the layout?
B reads the best to me, but I think the smaller text could still use a *bit* more tracking. The red background in C blurs out the smaller text for me. If you end up with the red background, I would suggest increasing the weight of the smaller type & track it out more.
I picked B but also like C! I think the photos and type pop a slight bit more with B.
b is nice.
I voted B. I think you can make the family name / year one size smaller and then space out the letters a little more.
I love B but C can also be 2nd choice. I love your type setting!
Like the changes you made. I like B the best.
Well done, Kailyn! I like B also, but C would make a great alternate colorway ;)
B for me
i like B :)
Option B for me--the white background really look best with the photos you included in your design.
A for me!
I like A:) I would just check to make sure the white spacing in even among all photos ;) The center vertical space looks larger.
A for me. I think with B & C there's too much "dead" white space with the text at top. A balances that by having the text at bottom. I would just make sure your borders (white spacing) is even around all photos. The middle looks thicker.
C. Needs more of you... Something unexpected...
A for me. Simple and clean.
I chose B. A is my second choice.
I like the balance of A! ;)
D for me! Lavanderia really works well with this design :)
The font on D really stands out the most. Best of luck!
I like the fonts in C and I like the way you enlarged the photo block. :)
I like the font in D best!
I think D is using the space the best. Love that you made the photos wider - this looks great!
Either could work, but I would play with the spacing and alignment so that maybe you have an equally amount of white space/border on the top and sides, or an equal distance between the photos both vertically and horizontally.
I'm partial to the vertical layout, but that's just me. They both are ok. I'd be careful of your spacing between the photos and on the exterior white space and make sure they're even or intentionally different sizes. And I think if this were mine, I'd pick fonts that felt a little more modern or fresh.
Hi Kailyn, I like the vertical stacking of the photos on A. Nice clean design. Good luck
I chose A but I'd like to see those photos take up more of the white space- maybe even bleed that whole area and just have white space at the bottom with your greeting.
Portrait feels more natural.
I think the even spacing between photos works best in your A version. Nice work!
love A - its a good flow for the eye!
I think A is more balanced. I might make the photo block a bit larger so there is not so much white space. Just a thought.
I like A bit better
I voted A. I might try another font for Happy Holidays or perhaps try scaling everything up a little and overlap the text a bit onto the bottom photos?
I voted A - I prefer the portrait orientation. Also, I agree with suggestions by Ellis and Ann Gardner. Good luck!
I prefer A, Kailyn! And I agree with some other comments about spacing, and also trying the images a little larger to reduce the amount of white space overall. I agree with Ann that I'd try some other fonts for "Happy Holidays", maybe a more modern calligraphy font.
The spacing of the photos in A is better, in my opinion.
I like the clean multi-photo layout, Kailyn. Nice work!
I like D. Nice layout, but I'm feeling like everything should come down a smidge. It's just a little crowded at the very top.
I picked B because I think the straight lines of the photo boxes work best with the straight lines of the card. I think a die cut could work, but I would play with the shapes of the photo boxes if you were to use one.
i like B but maybe only do 4 photos and make them different sizes :)
I voted D. I agree with Betta on bring the photos and the greeting down some.
I think I like B since the images are sos square. I might even try it on a landscape format and see if you can fit two more photos on there.
D for me, and I agree on pulling everything down a bit.
Option D for me--I like the use of the card shape.
I don't feel like the die cut cards really do anything to enhance the design. I amy nudge the photos down a bit, they seem a bit high to me for balance. Best of luck!
B for me
I went with A cuz I feel the die cut most compliments your type.
I prefer D.
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