modular birth announcements & sales kit: modernist collection

    

 

 With a new little one stealing the show, your clients definitely don’t have the patience to design and order their baby’s announcements. Save them time and frustration by offering creative and beautifully crafted announcements to pair with the photos you’ve already captured of their tiny bundle of joy. With almost endless possibilities, you can create one-of-a-kind announcements for every client in a few simple clicks. Like our Classic birth announcements, the Modernist Collection from our revolutionary modular studio sales program is completely versatile, efficient, and best of all — simple. With six front designs, six inside designs and six back designs, all interchangeable, the customization options are literally endless. With our 11 page Sales Guide, you can quickly add your own images and start selling these cards right away. The result? A stunning and minimalistic style as unique as your client’s baby. The Modular Birth Announcements & Sales Kit: Modernist Collection at a glance: • 4 stunning, expertly fashioned sets of 6 card designs • 11-page birth announcement sales catalog • Professional studio-shot stock photos of finished baby cards • 12-page tutorial • ...and more! *Special thanks to Zoe D. Photography, Harlow Moon, Bellini Portraits and Kati Mallory Photo & Design for the lovely images in our samples. Click here to see more!




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