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Today's share comes from Beth of Beth Dreyer Photography.  She says, "I decided to do a gift card and referral gift card with my Christmas cards to clients this year after my friend told my how much success they had had by doing that for their (non-photography) business. I used elements from the Collectors of Art and Style, which I use for my branding as well. I also used the A Year of Marketing - Playful Calendar Collection to make gifts for my clients. I was having lunch with a client last week and gave her the calender featuring her daughter and new husband and she was floored!  She loved it so much, and couldn't wait to hang it on her wall." Thanks for the great share, Beth! Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree on us~


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