A holly jolly christmas card

The printed christmas card.

Something extra for my clients

I always strive to go the extra mile for my clients, so this year I decided to print christmas cards and send to them. In this digital age we live in there is a special feeling to get something physical in your hand. Nothing beats the smell and feel of a real print. Actually, christmas is my favorite time of year!

The design started out with some rough sketches to find the overall look and layout. After refining I imported the pencil sketch and re-draw it in Adobe Illustrator. To my vector file I also added shadows and highlights to give the text a 3D effect. Finally I took the design into Adobe Photoshop to add final touches, background and snow to get that holiday feeling. To add even more 3D-feeling the printing house, CA Andersson, added a dimential-effect. Overall I am very happy with the result and have gotten many positive reactions from my customers. Thank you all for the great collaborations in 2015!

“Thank you for the amazing christmas card!”
– Sébastien Dubé, co-owner of Alt Dente Studio

About my design process

I have a streamlined design process. You will know what to expect during the process and I keep everything efficient and effective, in terms of time and money. Do you want to know more? Visit my page that describes my logo design process. (the same process applies for lettering artworks). Or, if you are ready to go – send me an email and we will get things started.

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The christmas card sketch.

The pencil sketch.

Final christmas card design.

Final christmas card design.

Close-up of the final christmas card design.

Close-up of the final christmas card design.

Close-up of the final christmas card design.

Close-up of the final christmas card design.