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  • #2
    Cute. Nicely done. The contact info on top/bottom right is too small for my old eyes, and the reverse type on the bottom right might not knock out well, but nice concepts and execution.
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    • #3
      What does the company do? They are very cute cards btw.

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      • #4
        cards are overall nice. but do they fit the company? not sure, what does the company do?
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        • #5
          My sister wants business cards. She's doing home-crafts. Knitting scarves, diaper cakes, bows, pillows, etc...

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          • #6
            I think they look very nice.

            Maybe for the purpose of her business - I like the far left one.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 6thAveConcepts View Post
              My sister wants business cards. She's doing home-crafts. Knitting scarves, diaper cakes, bows, pillows, etc...
              In that case, I think the flower (1st one) is the best for the job. Sophisticated yet crafty

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              • #8
                #1 (TL) is crafty. TR #2 is somewhat crafty.
                #3 bottom is more formal (ish)
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                • #9
                  Left is most specific to her business. The others look very generic.

                  But you could focus on her home-crafts a bit more. Play with knit textures etc.
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