Custom Photography Business Cards

Custom Photography Business Cards

Today's fan share comes from Carrie of Richardson Fry Photography using the Hot Off The Presses Blog Boards and the Afternoon Delight Multipurpose Cards.  She writes, "I used the printer's sizing guide and copied over parts of the designs. I also created a collage for the bottom front, and I added an extra picture to the Hot Off The Presses Blog Board to make it fit the rectangular space better. I like these templates because it allows me to showcase SO MANY photos, it's very readable and very different from your average business cards. Everyone who has seen it has LOVED it and has commented on how unique it is!"

Thanks for the great share, Carrie! Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~




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