the studio holiday greetings card is here!

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Remind your clients why you are the only studio to document their happiest moments all year long. Design Aglow's energetic and modern Studio Holiday Greeting Card has space for you to share 70 of the year's best images along with a cheerful greeting and promotional offer. Studio Holiday Greeting Card at a glance: • Playful color blocked design with six panels • Use the back of the card to offer a complimentary 8x10 print for booking their next session • Designed using ProDPI's 4x5.5 horizontal trifold card, but can be fitted to any vendor template • We provide the names of fonts used in our design so you can easily download for your own use • Fully layered PSD files for unlimited customization Clients will love seeing one of their images featured in the vibrant kaleidoscope of images on your completely unique Studio Holiday Greeting Card. And what a great way for them to see the scope and variety of your work, planting thoughts and ideas for photo shoots for the upcoming year. Coordinates beautifully as a follow up to our Holiday Portraits Promo. Click here to see it in the shop!


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