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!

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