double up your sales with holiday thank you cards

Today we have another way for your flat cards to pull double-duty: use your holiday card templates as thank you cards too! Since the templates are customizable, it's easy to coordinate your clients' holiday cards with thank you cards for their friends and family - and doubles your card sales. Katharine of Katharine Elizabeth Photography writes, "The holiday season is behind us, but during the holiday rush, I needed a quick set of thank you notes to include in a client's order.  I pulled out one of the Holiday's Most Wanted Card Collection templates, changed the wording, printed the notes on WHCC's pearl paper, and voila! - instant polished holiday thank you's.  The client loved them and mailed them to all of their family and friends! They were even able to handwrite a note on the back of each one to thank them for gifts and other holiday treats."

Thank you for sharing these with us Katharine! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop!

From the shop: Whether you're twirling a dreidel or belting out carols over an open fire, nothing says the holidays quite like this exclusive seasons greetings collection. Unlimited customization allows for a unique message that's as individual as the reason for your very special season. Treat yourself (or your customers) and put these on Santa's nice list today!

PERFECT FOR: • Holiday cards • Two sided postcards • 5x7 folded cards • Event invitations • Marketing materials


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