These are really great, Brittany. Striking color choices and I quite like the layering of your name. Not too busy, which is a good thing, but memorable. You've got a discerning eye!
not a fan of the either color combo, but the second is better
Thanks, Helen. I think I like the second set of colors better, and I'm glad you like the layering. I thought it was, as you said, more memorable. I appreciate your input!Athens, I agree about the second color choice. I went over to your profile, but wasn't allowed to see your blog. With no better way to put it, who are you?
I think they look lovely. I also like both color choices, as they echo what I've seen of some of your fabric work color choices.
These have a sense of depth--very nice.
Jen, I was trying to make that happen, the echoing my fabric. I'm glad that you said that!Rebecca, I'm glad you like them! I like the depth, too, it makes them more interesting than a lot of cards you see, I think...
like them very much!!!!
Thank you, Catalina!
..the second..yes...the second!!
Oh good! I'm so glad everyone agrees!!
Yes, yes, yes I like these even more. I'm immediately drawn the second color combo too, but it might be fun to have an entire range of colors, no?Happy 4th friend!
Thanks, Lisa! That's what I'm thinking, doing a few different colors. Maybe three?Happy 4th to you, too!
these look great!
Thanks, Suann! I'm really glad you like them, considering your line of work :)
Britty, I like the second color choice, but also the idea of having multiple color choices on different cards. I miss you! Hope you had a happy 4th! P.S. I NEED to show you all of my pictures from North Carolina, it was amazing!
can't wait to see nc photos! it's the plymouth art fair this weekend, maybe you should come out.
Lovely! Patrick Bateman would be jealous, even :D
Wow, that's pretty much the best compliment ever! haha! I hopped over to your blog and read it for like 30 minutes! Your writing is awesome.
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