holiday cards: nostalgic cheer are here!

Nostalgic Cheer Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 8

Nostalgic Cheer Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 3

Prepare for the coming holidays with these 6 soft, sweet and ready-to-print designs.  Our fully customizable files give you the flexibility to change colors and text, and separate image layers make inserting photos a piece of cake. Cards come with a variety of greetings and salutations that are appropriate for most holiday celebrations.  We've also worked to provide flexibility with templates for several dimensions including 5X5 and 5X7.  Clients will adore the one stop convenience of translating their images into holiday cards through you, as well as the lovely nostalgia evoked by our designs. • Six lovely, ready-to-print designs • Beautifully color coordinated • Set includes full designs on the front and back of each card • Fully customizable, fully layered Photoshop PSD files • Easily change colors and text. Use the illustrations or customize • Separate image layers make inserting photos a breeze • Includes a variety of flat card templates (two 5x5 square, 5x5 circle, 5x7 vertical, 5x7 horizontal) and a 5x5 tri-panel card Special thanks to Meg Borders Photography, Angela Weedon Photography, Untamed Heart Photography, and Haley Sheffield Photography for providing us with the lovely images! Click here to see them in the shop!


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