Designing for Valentine's Day...

Designing for Valentine's Day...

January 08, 2016

I don't know about you, but I am really not the mushy type; yet somehow I find Valentine cards really fun to design... as long as I stick to science and stay clear of all the love and hugs and stuff. 

This 'body composition' card is the first of 8 new ideas I am working on this week.

Valentines Cards



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