I've been getting into the holiday spirit over the past few weeks, working on designs for minted's annual holiday card challenge. I know, it sounds crazy to be thinking about Christmas in the middle of June, but trust me when I say that it's always Christmas in the stationery world. Designers submitted 3,348 truly spectacular designs to the challenge, and now it's up to you to select the designs that minted will sell. I've linked to a few of my designs below to give you a little sampling, but you can see the entire collection on the Felicity Paper facebook page.
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Simply Rejoice - Christmas Photo Cards
Simply Rejoice is hands down my favorite Christmas card this year. I love the gilded type and simple reminder to rejoice during one of the most hectic times of year. It's classic and beautiful, and I hope to use it for our cards this year (yes, I've already decided).
Bright Type - Holiday Photo Cards
Bright Type is a simple and clean Christmas card that highlights the customer's name with alternating colors. It's modern and fun and has just the right touch of whimsy.
Gilded Type Newlywed Christmas Cards
Gilded Type is the perfect card for newly married (and merry) couples. Its claim to fame is gorgeous faux gold foil in an elegant script.
Piled Presents - Holiday Photo Cards
Piled Presents features a brightly colored pile of presents and a large photo. It would make a perfect holiday card for anyone who loves gifts, and seriously, who doesn't love a nicely wrapped present?
Wishful Thinking - Holiday Photo Cards
And finally, Wishful Thinking is a perfect card for all those parents of newborns who are praying for a good night's sleep. Anyone who has had a baby can relate to this tongue-in-cheek birth announcement Christmas card that's sure to draw a chuckle.
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I don't want to bombard you with all 11 of my designs, but if you're interested, check out all of my submissions on Felicity Paper's facebook page.
If you have some free time over the next few days, please rate my designs by clicking on the images above, then, to be fair, spend a few minutes rating some of the other designs you see (your votes won’t count if you only vote for me). Voting closes Monday morning (June 24), so head on over and rate away!
Thanks for your support!
Until next time, grace and peace.