non-photo holiday cards - Brightly Shining

Tags: non-photo holiday cards, o holy night, holy night, deep blue, christmas card, merry christmas, religious card, christian, holiday

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Kayla Penner
  • Minted Feb 11, 2016
  • 910 Comments made
  • 4632 Votes cast

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silver foiled Christmas text to compliment a deep blue textured background that depicts a night lit by stars

tags:

non-photo holiday cards, o holy night, holy night, deep blue, christmas card, merry christmas, religious card, christian, holiday

colors shown:

silver, blue

fonts:

shorelines

design inspired by:

A7 Photo Card

submitted on:

May 17 2016

Edited on:

May 24 2016

average score:

2.20

comments:

0

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non-photo holiday cards - Brightly Shining by Kayla Penner

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Version 2 (poll) - submitted on May 17 2016 - hide

Heidi Liou on May 17, 2016 at 8:09pm
Heidi Liou
  • Minted May 17, 2016
  • 3 Comments made
  • 14 Votes cast

i think you should try adding small stars around the beginning of 'o' and 's'! :D

Ilze Lucero on May 18, 2016 at 5:56am
Ilze Lucero
  • Minted Jun 16, 2015
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I like A just a bit better. it seams that the B version writing is a tad too close to the bottom

Lisa McGarry on May 19, 2016 at 2:42am
Lisa McGarry
  • Minted Mar 17, 2016
  • 1 Award
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  • 614 Votes cast

Your background goes beautifully with the words you've chosen! I voted for "A" but wonder if it might give the flow-y text a better sense of balance if you shifted the "flourish" on the word "shining" to the "g" (i.e. the end of the word), as opposed to the "s" at the beginning; that way the text begins with a flourish & ends with one. And I might even try putting the family name in an all-caps simple/sans serif font to create more of a contrast between the looser, flowing words that are your main design element...

Shannon on May 19, 2016 at 6:19am
Shannon
  • Minted May 20, 2013
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I went with B because I like the conversational feel of a direct greeting …it's a hang up I guess :) If you go with A, you could add a "from" or a "love" to get the same effect.

Laura Hamm on May 19, 2016 at 12:38pm
Laura Hamm
  • Minted Dec 18, 2014
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A for me, I don't think "merry christmas" is needed.

Sari Victoria on May 19, 2016 at 7:30pm
Sari Victoria
  • Minted Jan 24, 2010
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B- I like the Merry Christmas greeting but would possibly change the bottom merry christmas & family name to a different font that isn't script.

Rega on May 20, 2016 at 1:27pm
Rega
  • Minted May 8, 2016
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That 's script font so lovely !! For me B,I guess maybe you change merry Christmas and family name different typeface and try 'shining' move to the left before 'g' :)

Simona Camp on May 23, 2016 at 1:04pm
Simona Camp
  • Minted Oct 19, 2014
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I prefer the simplicity in A.

Version 1 - submitted on May 17 2016 - hide

Kayla Penner on May 17, 2016 at 6:48pm
Kayla Penner
  • Minted Feb 11, 2016
  • 910 Comments made
  • 4632 Votes cast

should I incorporate stars as well or can the silver foil act as the starry element?