fabulously vintage holiday card templates

Professional Photography Holiday Card TemplatesToday's festive share comes from Christine of Christine Long Photography.  She writes, "I just opened the Vintage Greetings holiday card templates in Photoshop and quickly inserted images, adjusted colors according the session photographs and client wishes, and personalized the text. Most of my clients preferred flat cards, so I also adjusted the design on several of the templates for a two-sided card - moving the graphics around was so easy!! The templates were unique and beautiful - I hadn't seen anything else like them, and neither had my clients. The templates also fit well with my style and were really user friendly. Also, by adding my website line to the bottom rear of the cards, these templates become a subtle marketing piece. My clients love, love, love their holiday cards. I have heard nothing but raves about the card designs, and I have Design Aglow to thank for making the holiday card design process sooo easy! Thank you!" Thanks for the share, Christine!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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