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Newsletter Holiday Cards for PhotoshopHoliday Newsletter Cards for Professional PhotographersHoliday Card Templates for PhotographersNewsletter Holiday Card Templates for Photoshop The Design Aglow team has developed another innovative tool for busy photographers during the holiday season. The Holly Jolly Holiday Newsletter Collection is a one-sheet publication style template set that brings a freshly-pressed feel to stunning seasonal themes. Holly Jolly Holiday Newsletter at a glance:

• 5x7 ready-to-print card layouts that can be customized for flat or folded printing • 6 distinct and inviting designs, each with its own front and back designs • Includes vector imaging, perfect for large scale printing to any size •Â BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love!
This fun collection is like diving into your very own editorial studio, minus the late nights and coffee stains. Gain the look and styling of a professional design team in just a few minutes of customization! And with a variety of design options to choose from, you can offer something for couples, families, seniors, and more. The Holly Jolly Collection is also an excellent set for developing your own studio marketing materials. Spend just a few minutes customizing your template of choice with your own imaging, and you've got an instant, ready-to-print advertising campaign. • Promote products or events • Update clients on upcoming holiday schedules • Print as post cards • Customize a fabulous folding newsletter • ”¦and much more! Click here to see them in the shop!


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