simple, elegant multipurpose photography studio cards

holiday and thank you cards for photoshopToday's fan share comes from Sarah of Blue In The Stream Photography.  She writes, "Using the Holiday Headlines - Festive Card Collection, I tweaked the colors to match my branding, changed the wording to fit my needs, and voila...awesome cards with space for a handwritten note on the back. Perfect! It took so little time that I had a some extra time to go out and play with my littles. I love the look of these templates, and I love that they are so versatile. They aren't just for Christmas anymore folks! Clients love a handwritten note (heck, who doesn't), and these are so cute! My favorite thing about Design Aglow's card templates is that they can be tweaked to fit so many needs!"

Thanks for the great share, Sarah, and enjoy your $75 shopping spree~




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