Just Add Ink # 267 – Just Add Typography

Now here’s a Challenge, if ever there was one…. Just Add Typography!

Firstly, when I saw this, I did not even know what it was.  So I had to go and look it up.


  1. the style and appearance of printed matter.
    • the art or procedure of arranging type or processing data and printing from it.

Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language readable and appealing.

So this sound like a great Challenge to me.

Here is the card that I put together:

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I figured that Birthday themed words were the ones I had the most of so that formed the theme of my card.  And thanks to the Stamp-a-ma-jig I got them all on the page.

To see the other examples of great Typography, visit the Design Team at Just Add Ink.

We look forward to you joining our Challenge this week.


8 Responses to Just Add Ink # 267 – Just Add Typography

  1. Just fabulous, Chantell! I love that you arranged all the birthday sentiments on balloons, and really love the colours you’ve used – gret card.

  2. That’d be “great” card!

  3. Jan M says:

    This is fantastic Chantell! I too love your arranging of the birthday sentiments and colours – so festive! And those red hearts are just gorgeous too xo

  4. Kim Badelt says:

    You definitely made it appealing Chantell – I love how the bright colours and mix of fonts create a very dynamic, bright, happy birthday card. xxx

  5. pme203 says:

    Such an awesome example of typography (I too had to google and check out exactly what it was myself lol). This is such a fun card, and I love the addition of the little red hearts. You rocked this challenge my friend! x

  6. I love this Chantell! Bright and beautiful! I love the placement of all the sentiments in the balloons! What an awesome idea!

  7. Betty Wright says:

    Love the typography on your balloons! Fantastic Birthday card!

  8. Di Barnes says:

    You totally rocked the challenge, Chantell. Love how your colourful balloons pop & the little hearts are a sweet touch.
    Di 🙂

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