high school senior mini books: sophisticated cool are here!

high school senior mini books: sophisticated cool are here!

Look ”˜Sophisticated Cool' with these accordion-style High School Senior Mini Books. Their innovative design, convenient size and eye-catching layout make for a perfectly sellable product that any soon-to-be high school senior MUST have. This set comes complete with 5 distinctive designs to suit your taste, and with the option to modify colors and elements you can enjoy unlimited customization. In the time it takes to make a few simple adjustments, you can guarantee that you'll be selling a completely personalized, new product every time. With these brilliant miniature accordion books, clients will love the presentation and you'll love the convenience in creation.

PERFECT FOR:
• Senior gift to friends/family
• Photographer's mini portfolio
• Adorable client album
• Studio marketing
• Use several pages for a mini storyboard
• Super deluxe holiday cards
• Thank you gift
• Upsize pages to create matching note cards

Special thanks to Jenny Watts Photography, Heather Armstrong Photography, and Lindsey Stump Photography for providing us with the lovely sample images!

Click here to see them in the shop!




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