marketing cards to impress and inform your potential clients

Today's fan share comes from Leah of Leah Lund Photography. She writes, "Using the Wedding Client Welcome Packet, I customized elements and added my photos, branding and colors to the two pieces I've used so far for my new couples.

Also, I just moved to Pacific Grove, CA and in order to help get my name out there, I wanted to offer some mini-Holiday sessions. So, I used the "kids" template from the Magazine Style Blog Boards and customized them to work as a flat, two-sided marketing card for local businesses that might cater towards my style and work. I added a quick paragraph about me along with a couple more pictures and the info for the sessions.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE working with all of the Design Aglow templates. My passion is photography and I love editing my work because I am a control freak. Design Aglow allows me to keep that freedom and still add my own design twist onto anything. I can mix and match things too. I loved the way they all turned out so much. I am definitely going to be using them over and over again for many things!"

Thanks for sharing, Leah, and enjoy your $75 shop credit!




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