how about a bonus for ordering 100+ cards?

Our fabulous share today comes from Susan Weinroth Photography.  She writes "I've found a new use for the Cotton Candy Birth Announcement Templates - when clients place an order for 100+ birth announcements with me, I offer an incentive of an 8x8 mounted print of the front of their baby's announcement. Having these enlarged template prints on display for the client to see during their newborn session has greatly increased my birth announcement sales. They make a gorgeous "alternative keepsake" of the actual announcement for the client, and also are super-easy for me to offer since no additional work is required on my end (the announcement has already been made!)." Thanks so much for sharing your idea with us Susan”¦.your gift certificate is on the way!


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