the portrait care collection: modern minimalist™ edition is here!

 

       Looking for the perfect final touch for any order? Use the Portrait Care Collection: Modern Minimalist™ Edition cards to thoughtfully educate clients about the care and copyright of their new keepsakes, as well as thank them for choosing your studio. The set of three cards (client care accordion, thank you card, and referral card) can be tucked into the pockets of the small welcome folder from the Design Aglow Paper Shop, making your presentation picture perfect. Use in conjunction with the Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist™ Edition for extra polish. Portrait Care Collection: Modern Minimalist™ Edition at a glance: Client care accordion Thank you note Referral card Fully layered PSD files for ultimate customization *Special thanks to Katelyn James Photography, Erich McVey Photography and Melanie Leighton Photography for the lovely images in our samples. Click here to see them in the shop!




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