dseldon got their new other graphic design by running a design contest:
Header Image for website
Check out dseldon's Other Graphic Design contest…
Need header image for new site selling handmade beaded jewelry. Rough mockup of the site template and a photo image to be used as an element of the header are included.
Nap Time Designs
What's your vision?
See rough mockup of site at http://daveseldon.com/naptime - we need a header image created. Width = 900px. Height of completed image should be no more than 200px. Heading should be "Nap Time Designs", and subhead should be "handmade beaded jewelry". We are not wedded to the font used in the rough mockup, feel free to use a different font. We'd like to use parts of the image located at http://daveseldon.com/naptime.jpg as elements in the header, but this is not absolutely required. The photo at http://daveseldon.com/naptime.jpg is a personal pic of the jewelry maker's baby, and while it does have sentimental value to her, it isn't required to use it. She had used it for some business cards and had envisioned using it on the site, however, she isn't wedded to using any particular element. If you have a different idea we'd love to see it.
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