There's not much I could add that I haven't said in my first review of mslmisko. Misha is a delight to work with. He's funny, quick and devoted to his work and your project. I can recommend him 100% and look forward to working with him on future designs.
I love working with Canny. She is trustworthy, flexible, and always delivers on time. Working with her is effortless.
- kostis Pavlou
Talented, communicative, easy to work with. I would definitely recommend this person and would love to work with him again.
Excellent grasp of the concept, prompt communication throughout, and quick delivery of the finished product. Would definitely highly recommend to anyone!
Amazing designer and amazing work! I had several great designs throughout the contest, but when I saw the winning design, I knew it was the one. It has a magical quality to it.
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Moms want to do it all and worse yet feel like they have to do it all without any help or with any sleep! Going from frazzled to faith-filled peace is a journey that begins with the acceptance that only God can do everything and that we should just let him and accept ourselves and our situation without trying to control everyone and everything :)
The art for this cover should be light fun and whimsical and colorful with lots of contrast to make it pop! Consider using illustrations and bright colors - Unsupermommy celebrates our imperfections as beautiful and joyful! The title - Unsupermommy should be the star of the show in a fun whimsical font - use the borders to play off that.
We want the cover to give the idea of an imperfect person doing their best. The goal here is not a cleaned-up, sharply dressed woman with her life together. Think: "Good moms have sticky floors, dirty ovens and happy kids." We like the idea of making the book look like a chalkboard or sign...home decor-style. It should pop, so nothing in just black and white. A colored background is preferred but not mandatory.