new year's cards - Follow us into the new year

Tags: new year's cards, nature, couple, new year

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  • Minted Jun 7, 2016
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Simple and sweet photo of a couple walking in a field, representing their journey together in the new year.


new year's cards, nature, couple, new year

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pink, rose gold, light blue, brown, green, white


enyo slab, bastina

design inspired by:

New Year's Photo Card

submitted on:

Jun 07 2016

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new year's cards - Follow us into the new year by ClarizeYale


ClarizeYale on Jun 8, 2016 at 12:18am
  • Minted Jun 7, 2016
  • 8 Comments made

any feedback is appreciated, thanks!


Sari Victoria on Jun 15, 2016 at 11:16am
Sari Victoria
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Nice choice of imagery with this message. I'd love to see the family name a bit smaller and a less stylized font. Good luck!

Basil Design Studio on Jun 15, 2016 at 12:02pm
Basil Design Studio
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The only suggestion that I have echoes Sari's statement about making the family name smaller. The photo you chose and the phrasing is really nice and pairs well together. I just think that you can get away with a couple of point sizes smaller for the name, giving it more breathing room. Good luck!

Dawn Jasper on Jun 16, 2016 at 7:46am
Dawn Jasper
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This is lovely! With the sentiment I could also see this being a moving announcement as well. I might make the white space just a tad bigger so the text has more space - or what sari has mentioned would work great as well. Also double check your image size - when you save for web the largest side can be 550pixels, this feels a bit small and I'd love to see your work as big as possible :)