start the festivities with holiday card display inspiration and a fun contest!

start the festivities with holiday card display inspiration and a fun contest!

Fall is here... the season for big holiday sales for your studio! To help you be more successful with your holiday card sales, we have created our gorgeous, free holiday card catalog that you can download here and start using immediately.

We are also having fun with our unique holiday card display ideas. An eye-catching holiday centerpiece in your studio is a fabulous way to show off your capabilities, and serves as free marketing and inspiration for add-on sales to your fall clients. We are loving the Umbra Fotofalls Metal Floor Standing Holder and are getting lots of ooohs and ahhhhs at the Design Aglow offices.  Find it on Amazon here. No floor space? A smaller, affordable tabletop version is available as well!

If you're display ideas lean towards the wall variety, ProDPI offers these clever Photo Magnetic Wires as a fun way to utilize a wall, window display, or simply break up a room. Hang them in a snap (we used push pins), use the included magnets to attach your cards, and show your clients just how creative they can get with their holiday greetings.

NOW SHOW US YOUR CREATIVITY: We just love to see the clever things you create with our products. Share your best display ideas with Design Aglow cards for a chance to win a $75 gift code to the Design Aglow shop!  Winners will be chosen November 1st so don't delay!

Click here to see all of our card templates in the shop!




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