Heart-Stopping Examples: Design Your Valentine’s Day Cards – It’s A Good Idea To Use Them As A Design Element On Your Card

Puppies melt everyone’s heart. I would like to ask you a question. We certainly should use them as a design element on your card? So it’s a great alternative if you’re tired of the classic fluffy puppy on the cover of virtually any kind of card. Have a look at the funny illustration above, of two pugs in love.

Sometimes an easy, beautiful illustration is all it requires.

While offsetting the dark brown with a touch of bright dark red, with hearts floating out of the bike’s basket, for couples who enjoy biking, the card above is a nice example.

Bonus points if whatever you’ve chosen to depict means something to your better half. Use texture check the playful example above by awesome Beci Orpin. Use an unconventional color palette and imagery. Produce visuals for your love creation on the basis of the copy you are featuring. Notice, it gives the classic Love is in the air a fun spin. http://topwebdesignny.com This is where it starts getting really serious. Probably one of my favorite examples in the list is this awesome card on Etsy.

Change the shape of your card, either into an airplane or a cute miniature flower filled box. Please do not shy away from a completely unconventional shape or approach, like the one above, as you explore different ideas. Create texture by stitching your design instead. Like the lovely heart stitch above, it should be a showcase of your hidden sewing talent or a straightforward design. Besides, not everything you design has to be printed either. In this context it get familiar with the lovely example above, where the designer has combined printing methods to produce quite simple, clean card. Try debossing and foil stamping or letterpressing and embossing, if you are not sure what methods to combine. Keep it real and try a simple phrase that cuts to the point. She decided to trade in her morning runs for morning dives and moved down to the warm Caribbean, just after a few years of working in boutique agencies in ew York and Boston. Maria is a professional designer and social media devotee. She is currently working on becoming a scuba instructor if you are going to find a way to merge her two loves. More info is here: http://topwebdesignny.com. Notice that it’s that Valentine’s Day and puns are a match made in heaven, if writing this blog post has taught me anything. Perhaps you’ve found that one special someone that deserves to receive a card you’ve seemingly spent get familiar with the woven heart above, if you’re on that boat.

Give using other colors a chance.

Above, you’ll see a bright greenish used as the primary color on a card.

In a sea of redish, pink, and white, your card will definitely stand out. It also features a funny quote sharing how much that special someone might mean. Spice it up with a cool printing technique, I’d say in case you are afraid it might feel how many beautiful days they’ve spent together. Furthermore, turn meaningful dates or numbers into design elements to use as your build your Valentine’s Day card.

Use the aww factor in your card and design something adorable featuring animals.

Bonus points the entire card.

Here is another great example. Remember, above, we mentioned using your favorite typeface. It I’d say in case you are designing using just type. More on cut outs this time, however, I’ve shared with you an example of how you can cut out type to create interesting shadows on your card. Have a look at the cute card above, an excellent example of how you can turn fan art into a sweet ‘V Day’ card.

Let it serve as inspiration for you as you design an awesome Valentine’s Day card. Are you and your sweetheart both fans of a particular movie or novel?

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