oh baby - marketing set is here!

The perfect complement to our Complete Baby Plan, this fresh marketing set showcases your most precious images with a hint of organic flair. With this comprehensive set, polish your studio's look and take marketing materials to the next level. Fully customizable in layers, easily change out colors, fonts and type to match websites and/or logo. From accordion brochure to letterhead and envelopes to business cards, we've even included three bonus blog headers. This set is sure to give you a green thumb in the photography industry!

PRODUCT DETAILS: • Coordinates with the Complete Baby Plan This colorful set includes: • Two-sided 4x5.5, 8 panel accordion brochure to market studios • Two-sided business card • Two-sided 5x7 gift certificate • Letterhead and envelope • Packaging sticker for client DVDs or anything else • Price list for offerings • All elements are vector and can be printed as large as you like • This set is fully customizable, consisting of fully layered Photoshop PSD files to easily change the look • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac.

*Special thanks to Captured By Carrie for the lovely images.

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