Product Spotlight: Baby Announcements: Hearts & Stars

Product Spotlight: Baby Announcements: Hearts & Stars

The lovely Hearts & Stars Collection synthesizes the essence of what your clients will be feeling as new parents: a full heart and heavenly emotions. Delicate graphics and smooth typefaces adorn these sweet, professionally designed layouts. This set of cards with its multiple color options flawlessly provides your clients with versatile announcement options to delight their friends and family and showcase your work to a whole new audience. 

Our graceful Hearts & Stars Collection features 6 distinguished options to spotlight your clients’ full hearts and starry eyed love. 

Hearts & Stars Announcements at a glance:
• 6 distinguished card styles for versatile show-and-sell options (5x7 flat)
• Layered Photoshop PSD files for quick and simple customizing
• Appealing layouts that make for incredibly beautiful imagery and easy selling

Includes:

• Layered Photoshop PSD files for simple modifications and complete customization (use the included illustrations and text or customize with your own)
• 6 lovely, 5x7 flat ready-to-print designs with professional layouts and text on front and back
• Includes vector designs (can be printed to scale at any dimensions)
• Bonus: Includes 4 color palette options for each card style

Use code BabyWeek16 to get 20% off the entire curated Baby Week Collection in our shop through April 10th @ 11:59 pm PST.




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