fully customizable save the date cards

save the date template for photographers objects of my affectionToday's share comes from Jamie of Jamie Miller Images.  She writes, "These were custom save the date cards using the Blog & Print Inspiration Boards: The Simple Life and the Objects Of My Affection. I took the psd file from the blog board and sized it on a new 5x7 template in photo shop then used the action given with the boards to insert each image on the back of this card. I used the text bog already on the board and put their name then added the date and the words "save the date". I packaged them in my brown boxes using the object of my affection psd files to create stickers and business cards. Then tied up the box with string to give it a fun touch! I LOVE these two items!! The Simple Life Blog Boards are fantastic for blogging quickly, putting images together for Facebook fast or creating easy story boards on canvas or save the date cards! The Objects Of My Affection files are perfect for my style too. I used them on Christmas cards this year with my images and then with the images shown here I inserted my logo for fab stickers and round business cards!! My client just picked up these cards and was in LOVE! She loved how all of her favorite images could be in the card and still be seen. I have had clients turn their Facebook blog boards I post into canvas images too!" We'd call that pretty effective marketing... from web previews to canvases! Thanks for the great share, Jamie!  Enjoy your $75 gift certificate on us~


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