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Alexandria Crahan Business Cards

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Wow, I didn't realize life would all of the sudden get so hectic right after I started this blog. It's been a while since I've posted! That's ok though, I love being busy, it makes life feel worthwhile. Anyways, I wanted just pop in and share with you the options that I created and gave to Alex use for her business cards. As I've said before, I love options and giving others the opportunity to see how each part of their brand can exist together. I love the geometric honeycomb elements mixed with a feminine/vintage inspired color palette and the hand drawn bee. I think they contrast well and in turn compliment each other. I feel as though her style of photography is of course inspiration for her brand, and it's all starting to come together nicely if I do say so myself! Since I had created all of those elements for her branding beforehand, this part was pretty easy. I just had to start piecing everything together. For the final business cards though, the contact information is regular not italic because it's more legible. Other than that there weren't many changes. She decided to order the ones with the honeycomb pattern on one side and a white background with black text on the other.

What do you think about the cards?

Branding: My Business cards

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What can I say? I am a girl who likes having options. My color palette just recently expanded from 12 to 20. I decided that I want my business cards to reflect my love of color. I think they do so without being too loud. They showcase my typography, pattern, and brand creating skills, and I think they are just pretty to look at. I decided to go for just one color at the moment, but it's nice having a choice if I want it! I can't wait to get my cards from Moo! The pink is actually a bit brighter than what you see on the screen too, exciting!

What do you think? Do you like the colors?