save time and increase sales with our modular holiday card & sales kits
The Modular Holiday Card & Sales Kits are designed to make selling cards as fluid and easy as possible. With the included catalog and multiple design options, the Modular cards are some of our most versatile holiday cards to date. Leesia of Leesia Teh Photography shares, "I love theÂ Modular Holiday Card & Sales Kit: Sweet Minimalista because the possibilities are endless, and all it takes is a few clicks of the mouse. I made the interior image larger, and tweaked the design on the back to accommodate an additional image for my client.
This is my first year offering the Sweet Minimalista designs, and the very first holiday card order of the season chose one of them from all the options I had available! I like the fun but still clean and modern look, as it fits both my photography and my clients' taste. I also like that all the wording, color, and design options are in one file - it makes everything very streamlined and efficient.
The client was thrilled with the first draft and immediately approved the first proof I sent - always a good thing!"
Thanks for sharing with us Leesia! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree to the shop!
From the shop:
Design Aglow presents a revolutionary way for your photography studio to sell holiday cards. We've designed the mix & match studio sales system to enable you to work smarter, not harder, save time, increase sales, and streamline your holiday workflow. This product is more than just minimalist holiday card templates, it's like having a stationery shop in your studio and comes complete with everything you will need to launch your holiday card line within minutes of download.
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