Grafted In: Leading Your Orphan Heart to the Spirit of Adoption
Biografía del autor
Michelle Wuesthoff and her husband, Martin, live in Bristol, Connecticut and are the parents of five children, four of whom they adopted internationally. Michelle is a writer, speaker, and stage artist with Encouragement Café Ministries.
Descripción del libro
Grafted In: Leading Your Orphan Heart to the Spirit of Adoption is a step-by-step guide to embracing one's identity as an adopted child of Father God, written from the perspective of the mother of four internationally adopted children.
Público al que se apunta
Christian men and women (25-65) looking for healing and a deeper relationship with God.
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
Lightning Source / IngramSpark
Diseño de inspiración
love the branch and the simplicity of the design
like the colors, don't like the font
colors and fonts--clean looking
love the interplay of art with text...like the fonts / don't like color scheme
simple, eye catching, good fonts
this is my favorite book cover. Love the artistic rendering of the word Beauty, love the fonts, white background, rainbow coloring
love the watercolor branches....would love to combine with the color of the image to the right
colors are perfect...would be great used inside branches or within the text itself
Absolutely love the colors, the watercolor, the olives
color, watercolor effect
LOVE this branch! maybe coming out of the word "Grafted"
Like the roots, wouldn't want the cross as part of the design
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Los diseñadores eligen
Otros requisitos relativos al color
love rainbow colors against a white background for the graphic image, like dark color fonts (black, grey, deep blue or aqua) for title, perhaps an embossed clear for author name?
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
I am looking for something which artfully illustrates a branch grafted into a tree. This book, and the concept, is a biblical one about Gentiles being grafted in to the Hebrew tree, with God himself being the root system (Romans 11). The original reference was with olive trees, but that is not necessary to the design. I would like an artistic, rather than a realistic, depiction of that concept. Love watercolor graphics like those I've highlighted above. My favorite book cover is Brian Zahnd's "Beauty Will Save the World" and I would love some sort of adaptation on that design: white background, block sans-serif author name on top, colorful/rainbow-ish graphic along with the title. I tend to like all caps better than mixed lower/upper case letters. I don't want the cover to look overly feminine.
Lo que debe evitarse
No photos or cartoons, or anything humorous in nature. I want the book cover to feel sacred and intriguing.
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