If you need a break from the prep and planning madness and mayhem of Thanksgiving, please take a minute to weigh in on my recent graphic design project. This is the artwork for my annual Christmas comp. It's an homage to a 1960's Capitol LP by Eddie Dunstedter called, Christmas Candy. As it stands, I'm stuck between two similar but different titles. Here's option 1: And here's option 2: There is only so much copy space above the elf's head and too many words don't look good across the top of the design. I tried a few wordier, alternate titles and, in order to fit the text from left to right, I had to reduce the font point size. It looked awful and I determined that this font looks best larger rather than smaller. I'm not sure if I even like the font for "Part One" near the bottom. It's all kind of up in the air. See, the problem I'm having is that I decided upon the photo concept and composition BEFORE I'd settled on a title. In a perfect world, I'd like the title to tie back into the image somehow, but I'm not opposed to having something a little more vague as long as it fits a playful Christmas theme. Does anybody have a preference as to title option 1 or 2? How about a suggestion for a new title? I feel like I'm designing in a vacuum here. That's never good. I need some outside input and a fresh perspective from new eyes. Thanks, and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!