modern holiday card photo templates for your studio

holiday cards photographers templatesholiday cards photographers templatesholiday cards photographers templatesholiday cards photographers templatesWe have another great share today from Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography.  She used the Holiday Headlines: Festive Card Collection to create some fabulous holiday card samples for her studio.  Liz says, "When this template was released on the blog, my heart did a little dance. I loved everything about the design and thought it was the perfect series to offer my clients this holiday season. The only thing that didn't fit into my branding/marketing, is the size. I make all of my cards as 5x5 folded so I can place my logo on the back to generate some easy marketing. I used the layers from both the front and back of the postcards to create a front, inside and back for my cards. They turned out beautifully and I cannot wait to show my clients this year because they are going to love them. Each design is so unique - they're going to have a hard time choosing! I love how versatile the Design Aglow templates are. They are also so easily customizable that even though I've purchased a template, I know my end product will look like nothing else anyone has done. My clients love seeing their finished products - it's when the photos become real to them. Having a place to go to like Design Aglow is such a fantastic thing for photographers. Keep designing great stuff!" Thanks for the share, Liz!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~ Click here to check out our Holiday Headlines : Festive Card Collection in the shop.  These vintage newspaper style creations will have you broadcasting their praise all over town. Six inspired, delightful card designs are perfect reasons to celebrate, from Christmas to Hanukkah, to non denominational holidays!


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