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01 December 2011

the Beauty in Design ...a challenge

Hannah of Beauty Design Studios and I have come up with a design challenge for her designers' community. Head over there for more information. =D (she is also the one who design my current blog design)

My entry for this week's challenge:

Banner
click to view the full image--my post area is not as wide as the specified size

Button

(I used this stock photo for the images.) 
What do you think? Head on over there to view more entries. =)

In Christ,

9 comments:

Rebecca

Awesome banner! {i wish i could design, or i would enter, maybe one day:)

Grace Anna {blog and design}

Emily Grace,

That is beautiful!!!

Sadly, I'm a bit too busy to enter this week. :(

I had a quick question! Did you make the pretty letters out of a picture (like you did above) on Gimp? If so could you maybe do a tutorial if it isn't too hard/time consuming for you?

Emily Grace

Thanks to both of you! =)

Grace Anna - I did make it out of a photo using GIMP and I'd be glad to make a tutorial for you! :) Perhaps as a Tuesday's Tip for a week to come--Sound good?

Grace Anna {blog and design}

Thanks so much! That would be wonderful! I have been looking for a tutorial, but that I could find used Photoshop.

Eve

How funny! I thought of using the logo and background for my banner as well! :D But that's ok, I'll think of something else. ;)

Ashlyn Nicole

AWESOME banner! wow, love it! great job! ;)
so much better than mine, wow! :)

Hannah

Love it!! I especially love how the background shows through on the word "design." =D

Rebecca

Hi Emily Grace! Where do you get the fonts that you used on this header, if you don't mind my asking??

Thanks!

Emily Grace

Thanks everyone!

Eve - I don't mind if you use the logo and background image in yours, I'm sure you'll use them differently than I did. =D

Rebecca - 'beauty' is in Windsong, 'design' is in Georgia Bold, and everything else is in Century Gothic. =)

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