holiday photo cards - Merry Christmas Deer-est

Tags: holiday photo cards, Illustration, Flourish, Wedding, Deer, Stripes

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Gretchen Cobaugh
  • Minted Dec 16, 2012
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  • 30 Comments made
  • 4449 Votes cast

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comments from Gretchen:

An elegant holiday card ideal for a newlywed's first Christmas.

tags:

holiday photo cards, Illustration, Flourish, Wedding, Deer, Stripes

colors shown:

White, Gold

fonts:

AW Conqueror Slab, AW Conqueror Carved, Georgia

design inspired by:

Full-Bleed Photo Holiday Card

submitted on:

May 31 2013

average score:

2.44

comments:

3

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holiday photo cards - Merry Christmas Deer-est by Gretchen Cobaugh

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Gretchen Cobaugh on May 31, 2013 at 7:46pm
Gretchen Cobaugh
  • Minted Dec 16, 2012
  • 1 Award
  • 30 Comments made
  • 4449 Votes cast

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Design Lotus on May 31, 2013 at 7:58pm
Design Lotus
  • Minted May 9, 2008
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cool graphic. It got an edgy appeal. hope you don't mind me saying - I think you're really limiting your audience with the word Deerest. Perhaps the couple's last name in it's place?

Snow and Ivy on Jun 13, 2013 at 3:51pm
Snow and Ivy
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Awesome Gretchen! Definitely edgy - I agree with Amy, I like the cleverness of 'deer-est' but from a wide-audience appeal standpoint - maybe if you left 'deer-est' for the title of the design, customers would enjoy that detail? Another option might be to come up with text other than 'merry christmas' - b/c it seems like deer-est references the couple in the picture, but the greeting is geared towards the recipient. So if it was something like 'Celebrate with those you hold deer-est' or something...??? Welcome to the community by the way - can't wait to see more of your work!!