new product: you spin me round

unique new multi purpose cards

Need a fun spin on greetings for special occasions? Design Aglow spirals delectably out of control with fun designs in cool shades for a season of shapely shares. Easy to personalize, these cards allow for limitless customization for your every need. So fun, you'll create reasons to use these designs!

Designed using four sided 5x7 card templates for easy printing, and 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

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

get more info and see all six four sided designs using this link~




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