modular holiday card sales kit: merry modern collection is here!

Holiday Card Sales Kit for Professional PhotographersModular Holiday Card Templates for PhotoshopHoliday Card Templates for PhotoshopModular Holiday Card Sales Kit for Professional PhotographersDesign Aglow presents a revolutionary way for your photography studio to sell holiday cards. We've designed the mix & match studio sales system to enable you to work smarter, not harder, save time, increase sales, and streamline your holiday workflow. This product is more than just holiday card templates, it's like having a stationery shop in your studio and comes complete with everything you will need to launch your holiday card line within minutes of download.

INCLUDES: • A 10-page holiday card sales catalog. This catalog is a turnkey, professionally designed way to present your holiday card offerings to clients. The catalog easily walks clients through every step involved in designing the holiday card of their dreams. It includes a built-in order form on the last page on which your clients will note their design choices, keeping their information impeccably organized, and saving you lots of valuable time. But, by far, the most unique feature of the catalog is that it includes professionally, studio-shot stock photos of finished holiday cards. This means you won't have to worry about taking the time to photograph your holiday cards for the catalog - this step is already done for you. All that is required is that you add your studio logo, update the policies to reflect your own, and add your pricing on the last page. • Three beautifully designed card modules (a cover, an inside design that includes 12 different greetings, and a back), consisting of six different designs each. These are in unflattened Photoshop PSD format and will allow you to design your clients' cards with just the click of a mouse, all in under 15 minutes per card. Simply mix and match the front, inside and back (which are completely interchangeable) for virtually limitless combinations. • A comprehensive 10 page tutorial that will easily explain everything you need to know about launching your holiday card line. It also includes ideas for presentation, selling, and publishing your catalog online.

PERFECT FOR: • Holiday cards • Two sided postcards • 5x7 folded cards • Event invitations • Marketing materials

PRODUCT DETAILS: • 6 distinctive designs (front, inside spread, and back), each delivered in four unique color palettes • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization, including color changes • Designed specifically for WHCC's 5x7 horizontal card templates for easy printing • Compatible with Photoshop CS3 and newer, Windows and Mac

*Special thanks to Untamed Heart Photography, Kathy Wolfe Photography and AMR Photography for the lovely images in our samples.

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