Here are two cards using the exact same design (at least as far as playing with positive/negative color patterns) but with completely different scale to see which I liked best just because I was curious and happened to have the right sized punches for an experiment.
Hmmm. I don't know. Part of me likes the smaller, cuter squares and flowers because, well, there is so much lovely white space. But another part of me prefers the bigger, bolder squares and flowers for the drama of it all.
Does this make me schizophrenic or merely indecisive?
I thought so.
A couple of comments on the design. First, before I send these, I might add a sentiment under the squares. Or I might not. It would just depend on the occasion. Second, the rhinestones are all lime green because when I tried a clear one on the green flower, it looked gray and totally ruined the card. Putting green rhinestones on both flowers is unexpected, given the positive/negative pattern here, but having something a little unexpected often makes a card more interesting.
In this case, I think it works nicely.
Which do you prefer? Cute or bold? I honestly don't think there's a right answer to this, just opinion. Do you have any supplies that you could conduct your own experiment on scale with?
That was a dreadfully worded question. Please forgive me. I drove all day to another state, and just minutes before arriving at my sister's house, we got hailed on. It's been a long day. But good.
paper: PTI white, SU green galore