beautiful trifold card to educate & inform your clients

Client Care Cards for PhotographersToday we have a fan share from Christine of Chris Cornwell Photography. She writes, "When the Client Care Cards made their debut, I knew I needed them! These templates made it so easy to 'educate and inform' my clients in an attractive and easy way, where they might actually READ them! I designed them into a 5x5, six-sided trifold card format, along with attractive images and contact information, and had them printed at Millers Lab with pearl and fine linen finish. To accommodate all information, I made two layouts: one to send out immediately after the session and another when I deliver the client products, such wall portraits, albums, etc. I love this because like all of your other products: it's easy, customizable, and saves so much time!! Thanks Design Aglow!"

We love this beautiful use of the Client Care Cards! Thanks for sharing, Chris, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate~




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