So, expecting a baby soon. The due date is Christmas Eve, but with c-section it'll be before that. I wanted to create something to go along with an announcement, and possibly get out at Christmas since it would be very close to that gift-giving day. The idea was to make some candles but that idea is also out and my final thought it to purchase candles in a glass jar with a metal lid (or glass) and place this sticker on top as a nice little gifting at the holiday gatherings.
I've thought about putting baby info on this (not sure where yet) but the idea of that means working on these the day of birth or after and getting to a printer…not going to happen to easily. I am not sure which pattern or color combo to go with.
about 1 year ago
The typeface for "Baby Name" is Wendy but is a placeholder. I still need to figure out which typeface to use. I like these:
Eye Catching, Shimmer or Secret Admirer from - http://www.myfonts.com/foundry/Blue_Vinyl_Fonts/
Emily Line: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/emily-lime/emily-lime/
Capistrano or Narrative from Bomparte's Fonts: http://www.myfonts.com/foundry/Bompartes_Fonts/
Something with a scripty/handwritten/cursive feel
Eye Catching. Love it. And Pink and Grey. And the dots. Those are most definitely my votes!
@Meg Tiffany so Eye Catching is the typeface you like...or just saying it is eye catching? I was thinking the latter but now rereading it think the first.
Eye Catching as the Font. But I also think Emily Lime is sweet too :-D
by Brian Ramage
Getting closer to finalizing the sticker to put on top of small metal lid candles to hand out to folks after our daughter's birth. if everything goes "as planned" we will be headed home the Friday before Christmas and I wont have had time to put together a photo announcement, so I wanted something to hand out to family and friends to have.
Not sure about the snowflakes and if I need more or something else is needed with them.
about 1 year ago
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