product spotlight - holiday cards: most wanted greetings

Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 1Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 2Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 3Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 4Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 5Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 6Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 7Most Wanted Greetings Holiday Card Photoshop Templates For Photographers 8 Our Holidays Most Wanted set features the season's hottest fashions with versatile design options sure to be a hit with every client. With details ranging from merry moments to festive classic graphics, this collection has an “it” look for any style.

• 5x7 card layouts, customizable for flat or folded printing • 6 different ready-to-print designs • Fully layered PSD files for quick and easy customization •Â BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love! Featuring an assortment of delightful details, this flexible collection can be used for much more than just traditional holiday greetings. Use the Holidays Most Wanted set to offer thank you notes alongside holiday cards. Provide joyful birth announcements and seasonally themed event invitations. You might even use it to create your own studio marketing materials! Regardless, the Holidays Most Wanted Collection is sure to keep your photography in demand all year long. Special thanks to Bellini Portraits for providing us with the lovely sample images! Click here to see them in the shop!


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