I like the feel of the top left composition, but it all needs refinement. If you’re going to stick with that font, tighten up the Fa pair, and fix the placement of the a in Crafts, because it’s breaking the shape of the word in an unpleasing way.
In addition to from Steve’s good advice about the stylistic mismatch, I’d say the bird’s shape is unflatteringly bulbous. I realize there are real birds with similar proportions, but the “fantail” is supposed to be the star here, and it’s weak compared to the heavy anchor of the bird’s girth. Give the poor fellow a neck. In fact, next to tail feathers, the curvatures of a bird’s head and neck are often their most distinctive features. And the tail needs work too; it should start a bit lower and farther aft, with more density near the nexus. Right now those feathers just look like a lineup of quick calligraphic strokes, rather than the vital aerodynamic steering mechanism they are for real.
This has potential. Keep working it.