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Well Said Holiday Card Collection Photoshop Template For Photographers 6

Well Said Holiday Card Collection Photoshop Template For Photographers 1

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For linguistic enthusiasts and wondrous wordsmiths everywhere, Design Aglow presents the Well Said collection. This posh and playful typography set features fun and flirty graphic design and copywriting perfectly poised to always capture just the right thing to say. Well Said Holiday Card Collection at a glance: • 5x7 flat cards (also customizable for folded printing) • 6 expertly designed layouts, each with its own seasonal theme for front and back, offering words of wisdom for any style • Fully customizable templates for ultimate versatility and personalization •Â BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love! The fantastically phrased Well Said collection makes an excellent holiday greeting card, but the options certainly don't end there. Use for birthday invitations, thank you notes, double sided post cards, and even holiday gift tags! The possibilities with this collection are only limited by the walls of your imagination! Click here to see them in the shop!


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