|The TowerTab group needed an identity mark developed for promoting future events.|
|The 34x23 inch card design (with trim notch indicated).|
The librarian liked it, so with that step out of the way we could move forward with one of the first event items of business, which was to create a thank you card that event participants could sign and present to a company that helped provide food for the event. The librarian had seen what I had done for another series of events, PrimeTime Family Reading, where I created 34x23 inch posters that I mounted on foam core board and tucked into giant, handmade envelopes. These poster-sized cards would have language on them thanking the event sponsors and leave plenty of space for event attendees to sign their names, then present it to the sponsor. She liked that idea and asked if I could do the same for the TowerTAB event. I of course said yes. After mounting it on the foam core board, I cut notches into the upper corners to follow the edge of the tab shape and further reinforce it.
|The small card for mailing re-created the signed large card.|
When I received the photo, it was fairly well taken, but the colours of the card weren't the same and the sharpness of the shot was a little out of focus. I decided to use the original artwork design and fit the photo image into the white center space of it to re-create the smaller scale card (see image above). That worked out quite nicely, and everyone was happy with the result.