new product: high school senior cards

senior_blog The latest accessory seniors are clamoring for is personalized bling in the form of our Senior Graduation Cards: Secret Crush collection. Now, teens can let their crew know not to be tardy for the (graduation) party, and your studio can take senior sales to the next level. This set of six very distinctive design templates with unlimited customizations lends itself to literally dozens of uses, for everything from birth announcements to studio event invitations. Buy yours today and you'll be head of the class. PERFECT FOR: • Senior Graduation cards • Two sided postcards • Event invitations • Marketing materials • Holiday cards • Thank you notes Get yours today! (Thanks to Michelle Moore for her beautiful senior images.)




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