milk & cookies: play date card collection is here!

Mommy Playdate Marketing Card Templates for PhotoshopPhotoshop Marketing Business Cards for Play DatesMommy Business Cards for Photographers

Your clients will become your new BFFs with all the “oohs” and “ahhs” they receive from these delightful cards. A fresh new idea for marketing your studio that does more than just make your moms happy, it generates instant word-of-mouth referrals in your exact target market. With six stunning designs in a unique and adorable square format you are sure to find the perfect complement for any session. PERFECT FOR: Play date cards Your own studio logo and branding Incentive for higher orders Upsale item for packages Calling cards High school senior rep cards Bride/groom photo gallery link cards (to hand out at wedding with gallery URL) PRODUCT DETAILS: • Six 2.5×2.5 square business card templates, front and back • Fully layered Photoshop .psd files for unlimited customizations • Designed using ProDPI's flat 2.5x2.5 business card templates for easy printing • All colors, fonts and text are easily customizable • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac Special thanks to Amanda Andrews Photography for the lovely sample images. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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