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product spotlight - holiday cards: festive headlines

READ ALL ABOUT IT! Design Aglow's Festive Holiday Headlines Collection is a fun and flirty set that's worthy of front-page production! This exciting collection features journalistic themes perfect for broadcasting everything from season's greetings to joyous baby arrivals to fanciful family newsletters. Festive Holiday Headlines at a glance:
• 5x7 flat cards (or customizable to 5x5 folded) layouts • 6 distinct styles, each with front and back designs • Christmas, Hanukkah, and Nondenominational themes for ultimate flexibility • BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love!
These creative cards in newspaper motifs make excellent holiday cards but the design possibilities are truly limitless. Here are just a few of the exciting creations the Festive Holiday Headlines Collection has recently inspired:
• Holiday candy bag toppers • Baptism announcements • Studio flyers • Marketing posters • Birthday invitations • Packaging inserts • ”¦And much more!
Click here to see them in the shop!



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