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the fresh edition of the studio holiday greetings card is here!

   

  

We wish you a merry business: back by popular demand, our latest version of the Studio Holiday Greetings Card offers your clients season’s greetings and an exclusive promotional offer. Your clients’ hearts will warm when they find their faces featured as one of the 50 images in this stunning collage (and just think of all the good cheer you’ll create by including a special gift for next year!).

Studio Holiday Greeting Card: Fresh Edition at a glance:
• Neutral six-paneled design
• The back of the card offers a complimentary 8x10” print for clients’ next session
• Designed using ProDPI’s 4x5.5 horizontal trifold card, but can be fitted to any vendor template
• We provide the names of fonts used in our design so you can easily download them for your own use
• Fully layered Photoshop & InDesign files allow unlimited customization

*Special thanks to Heidi Peters Photography for the lovely images in our sample.

Click here to check it out in the shop!




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