invitations - Woolly Lamb

Tags: invitations, lamb, sheep, flowers, garden, butterflies

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Joanna Griffin
  • Minted Nov 2, 2015
  • 14 Awards
  • 281 Comments made
  • 9225 Votes cast

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comments from Joanna:

A fluffy little lamb leaps above your little one's name to cheerfully invite guests to her baptism.

tags:

invitations, lamb, sheep, flowers, garden, butterflies

colors shown:

pink, white, coral, purple, mustard, grey

fonts:

festive script, mrs eaves

design inspired by:

Baptism & Christening (non-foil)

submitted on:

Sep 05 2017

Edited on:

Sep 06 2017

average score:

3.35

comments:

2

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invitations - Woolly Lamb by Joanna Griffin

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Joanna Griffin on Sep 5, 2017 at 8:35pm
Joanna Griffin
  • Minted Nov 2, 2015
  • 14 Awards
  • 281 Comments made
  • 9225 Votes cast

how are the proportions? I had a little trouble with the spacing on this one.

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C. Annie Design on Sep 17, 2017 at 4:25pm
C. Annie Design
  • Minted Jan 19, 2015
  • 42 Comments made
  • 1367 Votes cast

This is just so very sweet! Love this design!

Faith Dorn on Oct 17, 2017 at 8:46pm
Faith Dorn
  • Minted Jan 19, 2014
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Adorable!

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Designs by Aili on Sep 6, 2017 at 4:05pm
Designs by Aili
  • Minted Apr 17, 2017
  • 35 Comments made
  • 1280 Votes cast

So cute! Love the illustration and colors. I would say the "brunch to follow" could be more readable in a bigger point size or a different font. I am struggling a bit with the distance between "please join us for the baptism of" and the name. Maybe bump up the point size of the first phrase or place the name in the sheep's body to close the gap. Hope this helps!