holiday card templates that practically sell themselves

With stunningly simple features and impressively appealing looks, the Well Said: Holiday Card Collection practically sells itself. Jennifer of Jennifer Bailey Photography & Design shares, "The Well Said Collection of cards are so easy to customize and are a go-to for many of my clients. Last holiday season I was able to customize a postcard version to include multiple images from one session and leave a space for my clients to hand-write a personal note to family and friends. I have also used the collection to create a folded card, with elements of the front design carrying through the entire card. I adore these cards (which is probably why they are one of my customers' favorites too)! They are so versatile and easy to customize that they feel like they are getting something that is truly unique to them - and they are! These cards have gone over so well with my clients' families and friends that I was able to book quite a few referral sessions from them." Thanks for sharing, Jennifer! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~


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