Valentine's Day Cards
January 27, 2014
I really like this card because the colors match perfectly with the Valentine's Day colors, and it is also very organized and it immedietly grabs your attention.
Although this card is very simple, it is very clean and cute. It doesn't go overboard which is a MUST in every design.
What I really like about this card is how they changed the word "dynamite" into "dino-mite" to create a sweet feeling in those reading it. The colors match and they don't exaggerate the hearts like others.
I love the simplicity of this card. Using only four colors can really create something great.
This card is very cute, and kiddish. I like how they placed the words and the colors used, and how they replaced the word "million" with the word "minion".
I hate this card because the fonts they used don't really relate to Valentine's Day. They didn't put much thought or time into it. They should have used a different font, and instead of separating the baby from the words, they should have combined them.
This card made me feel sad due to the colors used. None of them represent the colors of V-day.
The Chuck-e Cheese's mouse scares me, so I dislike this card very much. I also understand why they used the color yellow (because it is the reataurant's main color), but it had nothing to do with V-day.
Too many things are happening and it is difficult for the eyes to focus on just one thing. They should take off the "glitter" and use different fonts.
This card is very simple, but is not clean. I don't know what is under the hearts? It also creates a mood of sadness. They should change the background to something plain, remove the "things" under the hearts, and change the color of the hearts.