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High Impact Card Photoshop Template For Photographers Fan Share

The holidays are quickly approaching and now is the time to start thinking about card sales (and your personal holiday cards!). Ashley of Ashley G Quinn Photography shares how she used the Holiday Cards: High Impact to create a quick set of personal cards, "As always, photographer's personal holiday cards seem to be the last to get done. This was certainly true for me last year! So I grabbed my beach pictures of the kids and combined a few of the styles from the collection and within a short time I had a very simple, bright and lovely card. These templates were simple, yet beautiful and bright and so easy to use. I think I had more comments on this card than any previous years!" Thanks so much for sharing Ashley! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! From the shop: Design Aglow has done it again! This time, with innovative alphabet frames that are fun and fabulous, and customizable every step of the way. A picture is worth a thousand words, but that's no reason to exclude the message! Gain the best of both worlds this holiday season with these fantastic frames that speak volumes for any photo. High Impact Collection at a glance: • 5x7 layouts, customizable for flat or folded printing • 6 unique holiday greeting designs, each with a front cover, inside spread, and back cover • Included generic greetings to be used as-is, or tailored to preference • BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love! Say it with pictures! Say it with words! Say it with both! This graceful greeting pack offers versatile printing and customization options that will keep clients joyful and you at peace. And don't forget, like all Design Aglow template, High Impact can also be put to use for”¦ • Birth announcements • Marketing materials • Event invitations • ”¦And much more! Click here to see them in the shop!


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