add some holiday cheer with wintery photo overlays

Today we have a fan share just in time for your holiday photo deliveries. Chris of Chris Cornwell Photography shares, "I love the Winter Wonderland Overlays! I like that they're so easy to use and customize. I love utilizing the entire photo rather than inserting multiple photos in a layout. My clients simply love them! I printed holiday cards on the new cotton paper so my clients are able to use the photographs in frames after the holidays." Inside Tip: Use the overlays on more than just photos - such as holiday cards, newsletters, and more! It's a great way to bundle items for your clients and end the year with the festive design on any products they receive. From the Shop: Adorable and timely, romantic and thoughtful, this set of 22 must-have holiday overlays mix and match flawlessly to make your holiday portrait offerings even more relevant. Each easy-to-apply design is easily resizable to any dimension, which means you can customize children's portraits, cards, albums, and even gift tags beautifully, without losing precious studio time. PERFECT FOR: • Children's portraits • Marketing materials • Custom portrait designs • Holiday cards


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