another idea for your holiday newsletter

Today we're sharing another way to send out your holiday newsletter! Jenny of Jenny McCann Photography suggests, "I used the Holly Jolly Holiday: Newsletter Card Collection as my personal Christmas card and customized the templates to make a booklet. I like the newsletter card collection because it encourages you to write more than on a traditional card layout. I love receiving Family Newsletters from my friends, but they always seem a little boring...printed on regular paper, folded up several times and stuffed into an envelope. This design inspired me to create my own family newsletter in a unique and original way. I fell in love with these templates as soon as I saw them!" Thanks for sharing with us Jenny! Your $75 gift certificate to the shop is on its way! Inside Tip: Have your clients' cards printed as a booklet by any local printer or one of our favorites - www.copycraft.com From the shop: Fully customizable and perfect for clients to update friends and family with room for news and events, these cards are so much fun, you'll find uses for them long after the figgy puddings are a distant memory. The Holly Jolly Newsletter Card Collection is perfect for: • Holiday cards • Two sided postcards • 5x7 folded cards • Family newsletters • Event invitations • Marketing materials


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