thank your clients with letterpress style gift certificates

We're all for capturing your clients' attention and encouraging them to book another session, so we'd like to share a unique way to show them how much you appreciate their business. Heidi of Heidi Peters Photography uses the Letterpress Look - Multipurpose Card Collection to create a gift certificate as a way to say "Thank You For A Wonderful Year." These gift certificates are a sophisticated way to market yourself that clients will love and help boost product sales for future sessions. From the shop: Nothing says patterned perfection like this elegant set of multipurpose cards. Consisting of six 5x7 double sided flat cards, this fully customizable bevy of old-fashioned beauty includes everything from baby announcements, save the date cards, holiday cards and more! PERFECT FOR: • Two sided postcards • Event invitations • Marketing materials • Holiday cards • Thank you notes • Birth announcements • Save the date cards Check them out in the shop and let us know what you use them for!


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