Decorative Delivery Of Your Digital Photo Collection

Decorative Delivery Of Your Digital Photo Collection

Today's share comes from Katharine of Katharine Elizabeth Photography. She writes, "For clients who purchase a full digital package, I deliver their images in a custom CD box from WHCC.  However, when clients purchase only one or two digital images as an add-on to another package, I decided it is too cost prohibitive to deliver just one or two images in a custom box. Instead, I use a 5x5 tri-fold WHCC card and add a CD hub in the center myself.  I recently updated my 5x5 ”˜digital image card' using the Blog & Print Inspiration Boards: Hot Off The Presses on the front and inside flaps, and even taking some background stripes from the Mix & Match Albums : A Little Bird Told Me. I love the quick, clean result and the fact that I can still proudly tuck this image card in with client print orders.  Thanks so much!"

We love this creatively cost-effective option! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop, Katharine~




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