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Studio Thank You and Correspondence Cards Photoshop Templates For Photographers 2

Studio Thank You and Correspondence Cards Photoshop Templates For Photographers 1

These beautifully designed 'thank you' and correspondence cards say the right thing at the right time, every time. Enjoy the ease of selecting from 15 pre-written, easily customizable sample replies. We've designed each reply with careful consideration for multiple scenarios where thanks are customary, so all you have to do choose one and copy it out. Includes scenarios such as: • Thanks for your order • Thanks for your referral • General conclusion of project • For a referring vendor (florist, hotel, wedding planner) • Thank you for your gift certificate purchase • Regrets to a charity • Thanksgiving/Holiday/New Year • One Year Anniversary • Birth of a baby • Valentines Day • Week before the Wedding day • Post Consult • For your best “word of mouth” client • Booking a Wedding • With disk delivery of photos/hard copies Click here to see them in the shop!


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