client care cards in action

This lovely share comes from Lauren of Lauren Rutten Photography.  She writes, "I used the Client Care Cards in conjunction with my studio branding to create a perfect set of helpful cards for my clients. The basics of the designs remained the same, I simply added in my branding pattern & logos to the templates. I had a bit of fun in selecting the images for each card...perhaps you will notice that the "Copyright" photos are of twins, and "Caring For Your Art" is a series of a baby being showered with love. I have been looking for some final packaging materials for a long time. I was so delighted when these cards became available...making everything a client needs to know easily found. The card designs and information is so thorough that I feel really proud to hand a packet to each of my clients. And what a brilliant marketing idea...giving a few cards to each client to spread the love! I actually created a set of Moo cards for these so that I could have a variety of subjects, from engagement to baby to pet to teens included in the assortment. Great way to familiarize my various clients with the other aspects of my work. The clients love them! Especially the folks who's photos are on the little business cards! I gave away a big stack to one who's baby and pup...she's spreading the love all around the neighborhood." Thanks for the share, Lauren! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate~


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