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Mireya .




Book title and feedback

So here is my first assignment. I am learning and have a love for hand lettering and so I wanted to draw letters. I looked at the word and just drew what came to mind. I used a micron pen and then applied water color pencil color to enhance the word meaning. What you you think?



  Yes, this is a holiday sent that is popular at Bath and Body Works. This scent smells so good by the way. So I am working on a class project.  I need to choose a label or logo and look at the design, type and color to see how they create the intended message. Here goes.

So there is a cute little poplar bear. There are shades of pink and red. Maybe they are shades of red. The lotion has a red tint to it as well.  The label is red as well.  Peach and light pink represent sweetness.  This scent does have a bit of sweetness to it. Red means love. The polar bear is shown in a sweet way as well: the pink scarf with the repetitive red. The branch like frame and the pink tree suggest nature.  The letters here have a twig branch feel to them. What are the ingredients?  An irresistible treat of red apple, winter rose petals and candied orange with

  • p Notes: Candy Apple, Orange Zest
  • Mid Notes: Maple, Cinnamon, Neroli, Rose
  • Dry Notes: Winter Musk, Orris, Oakmoss

The colors and detail on this label work together to create a sweet picture of what what this lotion is about. The name makes sense too.

I recently bought a bottle of this and I love it. It makes a great Christmas gift too.


I realize now that the vine should wrap around the bootom of the ascending f. The word is meant to be like a branch. To me nature is beautiful and so yes this is where I chose to go with this.

I was also working on a logo for my shop and thought to share it here. I have learned so much in this course and it shows in the banner I created for my shop. I will be working on a quote that plan to sell in my shop.



a new art that I am working on...




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