the frame shop's show & sell kits make great holiday gifts!

the frame shop's show & sell kits make great holiday gifts!

  

Macaroons for client holiday treats? Gift certificates for vendors? Those ideas are so 2012. The freshest holiday gift for 2013? Frames. Present your friends and fans with a gift that will sit on their desk all year long: a beautifully framed portrait using the 4x6” frames from our Show & Sell Kit. Each kit includes 11 different frames--one of every style found in the Frame Shop--so that you can tailor each gift to the lucky recipient. From a client and vendor perspective, highlighting your favorite capture from a recent wedding, portrait session, or styled shoot is flattering for them too! And signing each portrait emphasizes that these gifts are tiny works of art; your top ten clients and fave vendors, venues, and wedding planners will love the personalized touch. Costing less than $15 each (including the cost of prints, handwritten cards, and wrapping), gifts from the Frame Shop are an affordable way to send warm holiday wishes--and keep you on the radar--in the new year.

Wondering where you can get something from the image above? You can find them here:
Bag
Tissue Paper
Ribbon
Photo Borders
Packaging Sticker


*Special thanks to Elizabeth Messina Photography (frames) and Erich McVey Photography (sticker) for the lovely images in our samples.




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