2019 Religious Christmas Photo Card Challenge: Top 20 Winners

Written by Julie Black and Kelly Hird

The countdown begins – with the Top 20 winners of the Counting Our Blessings Religious Christmas Photo Card Challenge! For many Minted customers, Christmas is both a festive occasion and a meaningful celebration of their faith. From traditional and reinvented classic, to bold and modern, to minimalist, we’re thrilled to showcase a broad range of styles across this year’s faith-centric assortment. Congratulations to the winners!

Counting Our Blessings Religious Christmas Photo Card Challenge
Top 20 Winners

20. Placing emphasis on what truly matters, Kasia Labocki alternates typography and makes room for additional family photos in her design, “adored”.

19. Color sets the stage, allowing the photo to pop in Leah Bisch‘s modern, yet timeless, “wonderment”.

18. An elegant sans serif text overlay is the secret to bringing festive cheer to any photo in SunnyJuly‘s “Sheer Joy”.

17. Sweet songbirds perched atop stylized foliage highlight the message in “Singing” by Paper Raven Co..

16. Emily Betts‘ design “Simply Rejoice Script” uses an elegant script font overlay to share a holiday message while focusing on the photo.

15. Verdant greenery sprouts along the photo frame in this subtle botanical piece, “Classic Foliage Frame” by Grace Kreinbrink.

14. A textured, hand-lettered greeting flows across the photo in “Rejoice!”, a playful yet elegant design by Pink House Press.

13. Slim, winding leaves and vibrant holly berries pop against a deep navy background in “Frosty Foliage” by Joanna Griffin.

12. Hand lettering by Wildfield Paper Co. gives “Wonders of Great Love” a fun, modern, and casually elegant look.

11. Jubilant doves flutter around the photo in Paper Sun Studio‘s whimsical, illustrative design, “Joyful Doves”.

10. A flourished “blessings” greeting paired with bold and elegant typography help frame the photo in “Blessings of Hope” by Four Wet Feet Studio.

9. Cradled by delicate foil-pressed branches, a family photo truly shines in Ashlee Townsend‘s classic design, “Blessed Pine Sprigs”.

8. An elegant script font that resembles hand-done calligraphy unfurls across “Metallic Rejoice” by Erin Deegan.

7. Blushing foliage and florals encircle the photo in Nicole Whiddon‘s understated design, “Muted Wonderland”.

6. A striking, minimal frame lets the foil shine in this elegant piece, “Wonders Frame”, by Sara Hicks Malone.

5. A sprig of pine arcs across the family photo in Karidy Walker‘s festive foil-pressed design, “Gilded Evergreens”.

4. “Heirloom” by Robert and Stella creates an airy atmosphere, showcasing the photo on a pale background in a hand-painted, translucent frame.

3. A spray of sage adorns the photo in Joanna Griffin‘s clean botanical design, “Glad Tidings”.

2. Delicate leaves flecked with rose gold accents highlight the family photo in “Rejoice Wreath” by Itsy Belle Studio.

1. Lush, hand-illustrated greenery surrounds the photo in Susan Moyal‘s feathery botanical design, “Blessings Forever”.


Stay tuned! We’ll continue to announce Minted Holiday 2019 winners in the Minted Community > Winners section of Julep.


ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Julie Black is Minted’s Associate Manager of Community Support, joining Artist Relations from Minted Operations where she created content and communications. Julie and her team keep the artist community informed of Minted Design Challenges, product launches, and other updates. She’s a coffee and cat obsessive, and passionate about all things denim.

Kelly Hird is a Community Support Specialist on Minted’s Artist Relations team. She supports artists via email, the Minted Community Facebook Group, and Office Hours, and handles communications around copyright and infringement. In her free time, you’ll find her sketching at her favorite coffee shop and painting in the sunshine.


*Please note that we will keep the Challenge page hidden until our final winners’ announcement. At that time, you will be able to see your final score and ranking on the Challenge page.

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