design thank you cards with winter wonderland overlays

Even though the holidays are over, these adorable winter overlays are still in full swing. Try pairing them with another template like Katie of Kate Leigh Photography explains, "I used the Winter Wonderland Photo Overlays to make my photo the front of these postcards. My client loved the "Believe" script and wanted to feature a few more photos on the reverse side so I used the polaroid frames from the Trend Alert: Multipurpose Cards to create a finished look in conjunction with the overlays.

I used to make holiday cards for my clients from scratch and it would literally take me days. Ever since I started using the DA templates, the response has been overwhelming. Not only do my clients love the final product, but my prep time has been cut in (more than) half!" We love the way you used both of these templates Katie! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! Insider Tip: Inform your clients that you can also create "Thank You" cards to send out to friends and family after the holiday merriment has passed. It's a great way to get more of your images on their families fridges and for them to say thank you for all of those fantastic gifts. Check out the Winter Wonderland Overlays and the Trend Alert: Multipurpose Cards in the shop!!


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