product spotlight - holiday cards: black & white xmas

Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 1Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 2Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 3Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 4Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 5Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 6Black and White Christmas Holiday Card Photoshop Template For Photographers 7 With a slightly modified color palette and now complete with coordinating address labels, our B&W Xmas holiday cards are sure to make any client swoon.

The 5 sophisticated layouts feature customizable monochrome patterns full of designer appeal. Black and White Christmas at a glance:
• 5x7 card layouts, fully customizable through layered PSD files • 5 unique designs, each with a different front, inside spread, and back • Includes Christmas and nondenominational elements for flexibility •Â BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love!
The classy Black and White templates are also great for non-holiday purposes as well.
• Mod save-the-date cards • Brilliant baby announcements • Stylish studio marketing materials • ”¦and much more! Special thanks to Chubby Cheek Photography, Gracie Blue Photography, Stacee Lianna Photography, and Drew B Photography for the lovely sample images! 
 Click here to see them in the shop!


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