Cheers! - New Year's Card Collection is here!

New Years Cards for PhotoshopPhotography New Years Cards for PhotoshopPhotoshop New Years Card TemplatesPhotography Templates for New Year's CardsPhotoshop Card Templates for the New YearNew Year Photoshop Card TemplatesLooking to thrill with a new spin on the standard holiday greeting? Design Aglow brings the bling for the New Year with fun designs in cool shades for a year of crazy charm. Easy to personalize, these ”˜need-to-have' non-denominational cards allow for limitless customization for your every need, from today's business to nobody's business. Perfect for those last minute clients who won't quite make your holiday card deadline, you can use these for your own studio, family and friends after you survive the holiday rush! So fun, you'll create reasons to use these designs!

Designed using ProDPI's two sided 5x7 card templates for easy printing, but can be customized to work with any print company's guidelines. PERFECT FOR: • Two sided postcards • 5x7 folded cards • Event invitations • Marketing materials • Holiday cards • Thank you notes • Birth announcements • Engagement sessions • Graduation announcements

PRODUCT DETAILS:

• 6 distinctive designs (front and back) • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization, including color changes • Designed using ProDPI's two sided 5x7 card templates for easy printing • Cards can be customized to be flat or folded

*Please note - We supply the names of the fonts used, but not the .ttf files.

Compatible with Photoshop 7 and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac

*Special thanks to Sarah Lane Studios, Untamed Heart Photography, Tonhya Kae Photography, Lisa Maksoudian Photography and Leesia Teh Photography for the lovely sample images!

Click here to check them out in the shop!




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