maximize sales with these vintage holiday cards

maximize sales with these vintage holiday cards

Still trying to find ways to use holiday templates in unique and creative ways? Leesia of Leesia Teh Photography tells us how she customizes her cards to fit every client's needs:

"In past years, clients have had many requests for font changes, color changes, you name it...but the Holiday Cards: Vintage Greetings are so perfect! They come ready to go and the clients are thrilled with them from the very beginning. With a few customizations to the image layout, each of my clients has a unique card. We especially had fun with the design elements on the back to make them stand out even more from the crowd this year. I love how easy these cards are to customize, but at the same time all the elements work together so well that clients are happy with only a few tweaks (and sometimes none at all!) It's not as time-consuming as in years past. I just drop their images in, add names, and they're ready to go! It's also easy to create flat designs for those clients who need flat vs. folded cards since there are so many great design elements within each card. Clients are thrilled with these designs and the vintage textures in the cards. They also work nicely with textured linen paper finishes."

Thank you for sharing these cards with us Leesia! Enjoy your $75 in the shop and come back to share with us soon!




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