product spotlight: cotton candy baby announcements

Birth Announcement Templates for PhotographersBaby Announcement Templates for Newborn PhotographersNewborn Photography Announcement Templates for PhotoshopBaby Announcement Card Templates for Photoshop5x5 Baby Announcement Templates for Photographers5x5 Birth Announcements for PhotographersPhotoshop Baby Announcement TemplatesIn gorgeous pastel colors, mothers will find sweet perfection in these customizable birth announcements. With limitless customization capabilities in color, font, and text, each card allows for one to five images””and for splendid contemplations during those sleepless hours waiting for baby. What's more, these cards are versatile enough to go from announcing baby's arrival to becoming adorable art prints or canvases to hang in baby's room.

PRODUCT DETAILS: • Six lovely, ready-to-print designs • Beautifully color coordinated • Set includes full designs on the front and back of each card • Fully customizable, layered Photoshop PSD files • Easily customize colors and text • Separate image layers make inserting photos a breeze • Designed with WHCC's flat 5x5 greeting card templates, but suitable for any vendor • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac Click here to check them out in the shop!


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