minimalist holiday cards are here!

Deck the halls with chic modern style: the Holiday Cards: Minimalist Collection uses sleek typography and wide open spaces to wish a modern seasons' greetings. These clean, image-focused layouts let your images shine, channeling the vibe of a fine art photography exhibit. Designed to coordinate with our other Minimalist suites, this unconventional, ornament-free card collection will impress clients with a contemporary aesthetic.

The Minimalist Collection at a glance:
• 5x7” layouts, customizable for flat or folded printing
• 6 unique holiday greeting designs
• Included generic greetings to be used as-is, or tailored to your clients' preferences
• BONUS: a coordinating set of 6 address labels, an extra special touch your clients will love!

The Minimalist Collection can also be used for...
• Holiday gift tags
• Mounted prints
• Thank you cards
• Album design elements
• Studio marketing & packaging
•...and much more!

Click here to grab yours!

Special thanks to Tyler Branch Photography, Ben Yew Photography and Haven Lifestyle Photography for the lovely sample images.




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