new product: 2009 glowlicious holiday cards

Bling in the season

‘Tis the season to be chic with these bold and fun cards from the merry elves at DesignAglow. Six delectable designs hoist holiday merriment to an electric new level. Perfect for the holidays, birthdays, open houses or any occasion, these fully customizable bits of welcome will not only boost your sales, they'll make spirits bright.

Put some in your stocking today and you'll be haute for the holidays!

PERFECT FOR:
• postcards

• 5x7 folded cards

• invitations

• marketing materials

PRODUCT DETAILS:
• 6 distinctive designs (front, inside spread, and back)
• Unflattened PSDs for unlimited customization, including color changes

See more about Glowlicious right here.




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