senior marketing inspiration

senior-photography-marketing-card-templates1senior-photography-marketing-card-templates2senior-photography-marketing-card-templates3Amber of Amber Snow Photography sent us this great share today perfect for marketing her portraits to today's high school senior.  She says, "I used the Design Aglow Secret Crush Graduation Card template to create these tiny little info cards. Instead of having seniors pass out the same old double sided "rep cards", I wanted to have something a bit more fun. I printed these mini 5x5 tri-fold cards with Pro DPI on stipple paper, and they turned out wonderfully. Pro DPI even sent me an email saying they loved my design and thought it really stood out!  Thanks as always for your great designs!"

We love these!  Thanks for the share, Amber.....you're $75 gift certificate is on the way~ Click here to check out the Senior Graduation Cards in the shop.  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.


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