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Collection: games + play
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Brilliant & clever take on the theme Sef! I love it!
Posted over 2 years ago.
wow. love the creativity
Re grapefruit of cards - it was only at third glance that I took in the title and description - because your design is so compelling it takes all one's attention initially... I agree - and echo - what Kim says: "Strong design is strong design. And you know this is a strong design"! It would be good in any color but the red is excellent!
Relax, Sef. Strong design is strong design. And you know this is a strong design. Historically there is no predicting the whims and fancies of the contest voters anyway.
Was the title of the design not enough of a hint?! :-o :-D<br/><br/>I guess I'll just have to hope that the Spoonflower staff don't chuck it out for being an irrelevant pink grapefruit. A blue-backed deck of cards was another option I considered; but the red felt more right.
Pretty and fun! At first glance I saw these as pink grapefruit - the colors are so attractive - and then I realised they were playing cards and admired your take on the magic theme!
LOL...they just haven't seen it. Hopefully the voters will see the beauty and uniqueness. My entry will have the ever popular rabbits and hats and I envy yours that will stand out in the field.
Thanks. I was hoping it might have slightly wider appeal than just magicians. My backup design plans included rabbits in hats but I see a lot of other people went for that angle.
Clever, Sef. I can imagine my mom wearing a dress made from this out to card night in the 1950's. And she was a classy lady!
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