simple and lovely - client care packages from holiday card templates

Today's ingenious share comes from Erin of Erin Gilmore Photography.  Erin says, "I wanted to create some client care cards that gave my clients all the important information that they need so I reworked the Holiday Headline templates to 4x5 cards to match my branding. I used each of the Headlines templates to create a different card and then created small business card size referral cards that are also included in the package. The cards in the package include: Thank You {bordered with area for a handwritten note}, Copyright Info, DVD Care, Album Info, Spreading the Love Referral Card and Mini Referral Cards. I like them because they create a cohesive package and have all the information that my clients need once they receive their images. Small and compact, they fit perfectly into the pocket of my plum 6.5X6.5 envelope along with their image discs. My clients have emailed me after they received the package to let me know not only how much they love their images but to also let me know that they will be handing out the referral cards to all their friends...guess they worked! Since I started handing out the cards, I have had none of the usual emails I would get with questions about usage, dates, albums etc. So they look good and they save me time...bonus!" We love this fabulous idea.  Thanks for sharing, Erin!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~ Click here to check out the Holiday Headlines: Festive Card Collection in the shop.  Bring on the tinsel, the schmaltz and the holiday glee. These vintage newspaper style creations will have you broadcasting their praise all over town. Six inspired, delightful card designs are perfect reasons to celebrate, from Christmas to Hanukkah, to non denominational holidays! PERFECT FOR: • Holiday cards • Two sided postcards • 5x7 folded cards • Event invitations • Marketing materials


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