Product Spotlight: Covergirl (Or Guy) Yearbook Ads

Product Spotlight: Covergirl (Or Guy) Yearbook Ads

The Covergirl (or Guy) Yearbook Ads are so versatile, you can use them for almost anything. In this feature we've paired them with ProDPI's metal prints, which you can order in most standard sizes (shown in the photo is a 16—20). You can easily increase the size of the template before adding your images and have them printed as canvases, prints, metal prints, or even make an album.

The possibilities are endless!

Special thanks to Jenny Watts Photography for providing us with the lovely images!

From the shop: Boost your senior sessions by offering hip, custom designed yearbook ads, and go from providing a basic shoot to an all-inclusive package. Blow the competition away and become a convenient, one-stop-shop for all your clients' senior portrait needs. Additionally, use these templates with your logo and favorite senior photos ( or reps from the school) to promote your business in local yearbook Ads.

Click here to see them in the shop and create your very own unique product!




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