hand lettered cards are here!

             Our most versatile card set yet: this calligraphic script, crafted exclusively for Design Aglow (no cookie cutter fonts here!) adorns 5x7” folded cards that are a lovely sentiment for every occasion. Greetings include a Senior Grad card, Happy Holidays, Hello There, Save the Date, Thank You, and Welcome to the World. As the perfect marriage of image and text, these one-of-a-kind designs will ensure that you and your clients will never be at a loss for words again! Hand Lettered Cards at a glance: • 6 distinctive design layouts • Each layout include four different variations of the card front (one full image with large text overlay, one full image with small text overlay, one with a white border, and one with the greeting clipped to the image) • Layered PSD files for quick and easy editing *Special thanks to Ben Yew Photography, Untamed Heart Photography, Simply by Suzy, Jenny McCann Photography, Turn Loose the Art and Leesia Teh Photography for the lovely images in our samples. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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