product spotlight - holiday cards: deck the halls

Deck the Halls Holiday Card and Address Label Photoshop Templates For Photographers 1Deck the Halls Holiday Card and Address Label Photoshop Templates For Photographers 2Deck the Halls Holiday Card and Address Label Photoshop Templates For Photographers 3Deck the Halls Holiday Card and Address Label Photoshop Templates For Photographers 4Deck the Halls Holiday Card and Address Label Photoshop Templates For Photographers 5Deck the Halls Holiday Card and Address Label Photoshop Templates For Photographers 6 Today's product spotlight features our Holiday Cards: Deck the Halls, with a fresh and bold new color palette - which now include gorgeous coordinating address labels! If your studio is always on the hunt for the chic and unique, just wait until you feast your eyes upon Design Aglow's 'Deck The Halls' Holiday Card Collection. Muted classic hues with elemental graphic design combine across interesting layouts for an ultimately fresh collection.

• 5x7 folded horizontal layouts (can also be customized for flat printing) • 5 separate design options, each with its own front, inside spread, and back • Fully customizable layered PSD files for easy editing and smooth customizations •Â BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love!
This set helps showcase your photography in final designs that ooze elegance. Pair matching thank you notes with holiday cards and sell more products with less effort. Or use the set beyond the holidays for unique marketing mailers for your studio, or even other cards like senior grad pieces, save the dates, and event invitations. This set is designed for creative minds, and the possibilities are as great as your own imagination! Special thanks to the following photographers for providing us with the beautiful sample images: Angie Baxter Photography, Arden Prucha Photography, and Zoe D Photography! Click here to see them in the shop!


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