easy, beautiful holiday cards customized from birth announcements

Custom Holiday Card Templates for PhotographersToday's share comes from Kerry Ould of Silver Lining Photography.  She used the Cotton Candy Birth Announcements to make 5x5 flat holiday cards, printed by WHCC on watercolor paper. Kerry says, "The designs translated really well into holiday cards and were really easy to make. I also liked that it was very quick to update the colors to reflect my studio branding. I also really had fun coming up with a greeting that was specific to my clients - many of whom consider their pets a very important part of their family. I have already started to use the Cotton Candy cards for other products I plan to offer in 2011. The design is clean and simple and a perfect complement to my branding. Thanks for making it easy for me! I haven't sent out my cards yet, but I can't wait to hear the reaction from my clients." Thanks for the lovely share, Kerry!  Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~


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