Every time we’re heading into the Christmas season, I get excited. Coming up with solutions / designs for what other people may want is very satisfying, even as it takes me quite a lot to get these designs tweaked to their best versions. I will do a series of them, and then I’ll notice that I forgot to turn some element into a template, or that the font is too small, the spacing off, and so on. It often takes me quite a few remakes to get a series of products right.
But when I do get them right and they’re the kind of products that anticipate what people will be searching for come Christmas season, I’m very happy. Design has always been not only about aesthethics, but also about searching for various solutions. And Zazzle gives designers what they need in order to easily come up with many of these solutions. There are hundreds of quality product types on the site, and the design platform allows for more and more design choices, making designers’ lives a little more easy.
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Here are some ornaments I created for this year’s Christmas. They’re not only for married couples, not even only for married or engaged couples, but also for all the people celebrating their first year together! Here they are. They have the couple’s first names and the year on the back, along with a second photo. Please note that you can customize the text on the blue and pink bands on all of them.
There are various versions on Zazzle for all the above ornaments; you can choose between blue and pink bands, and simulated golden and silver glitter frames.
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To a happier, healthier life,