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more inspiration for card sales

Courtney Price sent us these great images today, just chock full of Design Aglow holiday card designs. She says, "I think a key consideration when displaying cards is how well they work together. With my Design Aglow sets, even if I tweak them for each customer, they come out looking beautiful together-- essential for an eye-catching display. Also, I keep a big stack at the bottom for people to pick up and flip through. This is a MUST. Nothing sells cards like getting your clients hands on them. If I have a long-distance client, I bring cards to the shoot so they can feel them. I would estimate that 95% of customers who have touched a card buy some for themselves. Even if you mail them something promotional, they will fall in love with the weight, design, and beauty of a REAL custom card as opposed to the ___co or ___mart special :)." Courtney uses this photo wreath from At Home America. All our card designs are here.


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