instant logo cards: series 1 are here!

Design Aglow knows you're busy. That's why when you're out in public and it's important to represent, we've designed these gorgeous business cards just for you. This beautiful, five template set allows for limitless possibilities. Simply change out colors and text to suit your studio and you're ready for anything. From senior rep cards to bride and groom gallery link cards (to hand out at the wedding), calling cards and mommy/play date cards, our logo styles are so versatile, they also work wonderfully for other applications, web sites, printing and more. Order this classic, beautiful set today! PERFECT FOR: Your own studio logo and branding Upsale item for packages Calling cards Play date cards High school senior rep cards Bride/groom photo gallery link cards (to hand out at wedding with gallery URL) Logo styles may be used for any other applications, web, and printing PRODUCT DETAILS: • 5 business card templates, front and back • Fully layered Photoshop .psd files for unlimited customizations • Designed using WHCC's flat 2x3.5 business card templates for easy printing • All colors, fonts and text are easily customizable • Vector designs may be printed as large as you like • Compatible with Photoshop CS and later, Windows and Mac *Special thanks to Photography By Meg and JG Photography for the lovely images. Click here to check out the Instant Logo Cards: Series 1 in the shop!


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