greeting card - Many Happy Returns

Tags: greeting card, stripes, blue, birthday, simple

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Whitney Maass
  • Minted Jan 13, 2013
  • 1 Award
  • 20 Comments made
  • 2118 Votes cast

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comments from Whitney:

a sweet and simple british birthday greeting!

tags:

greeting card, stripes, blue, birthday, simple

colors shown:

coral, orange, tan, pink

fonts:

AW Conqueror Carved

design inspired by:

Birthday Card

submitted on:

Feb 19 2013

Edited on:

Feb 20 2013

average score:

1.98

comments:

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greeting card - Many Happy Returns by Whitney Maass

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Version 1 - submitted on Feb 19 2013 - hide

Chris Griffith on Feb 19, 2013 at 3:46pm
Chris Griffith
  • Minted Aug 27, 2011
  • 132 Awards
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  • 40772 Votes cast

Love the colors and the border Whitney. The wording is a bit crowded. Have you thought about maybe making it two lines surrounding the package? I would do "MANY HAPPY" a little more arched, increase the size of the package by 20%, and the "RETURNS" below it maybe straight in a different smaller font solid darker blue. It might be fun to add a name below in italic font. Just a thought. Love your classy look.

Carol Fazio on Feb 19, 2013 at 4:20pm
Carol Fazio
  • Minted Jun 23, 2011
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I agree with Chris' comments, and was also thinking you could lose the outer border altogether. It competes with the lines of your little package and double lines of your type. I'd make the type smaller so it fits with you package size more - maybe it becomes gray so the package comes forward? Maybe you could pull the strings of the package into a right and left flourish under the type and put a recipient's name underneath like Chris suggested? Just a few thoughts... good luck!