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thank you cards for all occasions~

Photographer Thank You Cards for PhotoshopToday's share comes from Jamie of Jamie Kutter Photography.  She writes, "I wanted a fun 'thank you' card to send to all the guests that came to my daughter's 5th birthday! The You're My Type set had the perfect thank you card! I did nothing to the front and just added a little collage of party pictures on the back! I love this because it was such a fast project, but it looks like I spent a lot of time on it!"

Thanks for the cute share, Jamie! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate~

Although pictures are worth a thousand words, it doesn't hurt to use a few once in awhile! This set of multipurpose cards uses cutting edge typography in a variety of styles to let your loved ones keep track of your life's milestones. To satisfy all your design needs, this set comes with six different and fully customizable designs that announce everything from your new bundle of joy to your high school graduation, to your engagement! PERFECT FOR: • Birth announcements • Event invitations • Marketing materials • Thank you notes • 5x7 note cards • Holiday Cards • Save the Date

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