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transform multipurpose cards into unique photo boxes

We love seeing our templates come to life in various formats, shapes, and sizes. Christina from Amazing Grace Photography shares her use of card templates to create special photo boxes, "I love the Trend Alert: Multipurpose Cards because so many of the photo box layouts seem to be driven for small children; this layout seems older yet still hip. I used style 2 and style 5 to create a photo box that mixed the old look of photos. I placed my client on the cover and fun pics of them on the back in an old school film style. I used the word "love" and my clients name "jill & rob" as the background. I had the box made at WHCC and LOVE it...it couldn't be any more perfect! My client loved the ability to have so many fun photos on the back and the old filmstrip layout allowed her to have lots of pics without it appearing too busy. Most of the photo box layouts I have only offer 2-3 photos for the entire box, so she was thrilled with the final product!" Great idea Christina! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way! From the shop: Hot off the presses, these multipurpose cards will have clients and vendors singing the news. Regardless the reason or the season, bare the bling and add even more productivity to your business with these six newsworthy two-sided designs. Check them out here!


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