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lovely thank you cards

Today's fabulous share comes from Heidi of Heidi Peters Photography.  She says, "Spurred on by the wonderful flurry of holiday shares on the Design Aglow blog, I decided to get my own client gift cards crossed off the to-do list! To give a festive but understated feel, I chose the Letterpress Look Multipurpose Cards. The cards were downloaded from Design Aglow at 10:06pm and  after tweaking the colors, text and image in a matter of minutes, they were uploaded to WHCC to be printed on watercolor paper as flat 5x7 cards at 10:15pm. That's a whole marketing project done in NINE MINUTES. { And all while enjoying a glass of wine with my husband in front of TV! }" We adore these simple, elegant cards, and we're sure Heidi's clients will as well! Thanks for the great share! Nothing says patterned perfection like the Letterpress Look Multipurpose Cards. Consisting of six 5x7 double sided flat cards, this fully customizable bevy of old-fashioned beauty includes everything from baby announcements, save the date cards, holiday cards and more! Perfect for everything, from offering a new line of products to changing up your business branding, you'll find yourself flipping for these dainty designs.


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