client care cards add an extra special touch to your packaging

Our fan share today comes from Julie of Julie C Butler Photography. She writes, "Using the Client Care Cards, I printed these for my studio using my new branding and had them printed through my pro lab Willow Paper Works on pearl paper. I love this product. It's that extra touch to make your packages stand out! I was able to customize these with my branding so easily, and voila! BEAUTIFUL piece!! My clients love these unique and beautifully designed cards!

I LOVE Design Aglow! It's the first place I look when I need a piece for my marketing, packaging, design or anything!"

Thank you so much for sharing, Julie! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way~




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