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Just_Pete

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Since I'm starting my own recipes, I think I need my own label. Going for a old style feel with it.

 

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Awesome label, you really have talent. Looks well balanced and pleasing to the eye. Your signature on the bottom was a great touch as well.

I think I can tell when something looks great, but when I start with a blank CS3, I can't do anything. My stuff always ends up looking like a kindergartner was hurrying too much. :drunk:
 

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i think it's really nice! clean old styled.

did you try making the red box a scroll rolled at both ends? could be too much. might add to the old school theme. I'm just thinking out loud here.

I really like it thought, well done sir!
 
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Just_Pete

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i think it's really nice! clean old styled.

did you try making the red box a scroll rolled at both ends? could be too much. might add to the old school theme. I'm just thinking out loud here.

I really like it thought, well done sir!
no the red box is just a red box, not a scroll. thanks :mug:
 

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I like it a lot…but; it looks like an advertisement in a magazine rather than a bottle label. I’m not sure that a series of bottles on a bottle label gives the right effect, it’s almost like looking un a mirror while there is another mirror behind you. May I add that I am a little drunk so I might be inaccurately passing judgment.
 

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