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holiday card templates: 'tis the season

Are you looking for a fresh and fun new holiday card collection to add to your studio offerings? These Design Aglow exclusives are just the thing to bring a festive look to holiday images. Sure to take holiday sales to the next level, clients will have as much fun presenting these cards as studios will customizing them. PERFECT FOR: • Holiday cards • Canvases • Albums PRODUCT DETAILS: • 5 lovely, ready-to-print designs • Beautifully color coordinated with room for studio logo on the back • Easily change colors and text. Use the included patterns or customize • Separate image layers make inserting your own photos a breeze • Cards are 5x7 vertical and include designs on front, inside spread, and back • Fully customizable, unflattened PSD files 'Tis the Season holiday cards are oavailable right now~ *thanks to Jamie Kutter Photography and Cherry Street Photography for the lovely card imagery


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