get creative with your clients' valentine's photos

Today's fan share showcases another way to utilize your templates for the little holidays like Valentine's Day. Wendy of Studio E Photography writes, "I selected some of my favorite pages from the Deliciously Fresh- Asuka Book Album Template templates and changed the colors and words to match some of my client's favorite images. Then to make them treat sized I resized them down to 2x4. We added our website as well - any chance to advertise and we will! I then had them printed as stickers locally. Then we filled up some goodie bags with candy, pencils and other treats  and decorated away. I thought it was fun to do something extra creative for a holiday that I have time for since Christmas is always such a busy blur. This was a surprise for my client..so we'll see what her reaction is when she sees them! I'm pretty sure she and her kids will be tickled pink sharing their valentines with classmates and family." Thank you for sharing Wendy! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way! Inside Tip: Design cards, stickers, and other fun products a few weeks before Valentine's Day and give your clients a reason to get back into your studio with fun and bright colors. Create some mini-sessions for them to take some photos for your new products and show them just how much fun even the little holidays can be!


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