Crafting beautiful designs from scratch takes time and energy that you could be dedicating to other important areas of your business, so why not let us do the work for you? Jessie of J. Passon Artistic Portraiture shares, "When I saw the Hand Lettered Posters I loved them at first sight and thought of at least 10 ways I could use them. I have been dragging my feet on designing cards for a new referral program I am creating and the Hand Lettered Posters were just what I needed for the extra push to accomplish my goal. I created a 4x5.5 card and on one side was able to put just one image with one of the Hand Lettered Poster sayings. On the back of the card I created a gift certificate and used a couple elements from the Client Care Cards to bring in some of my branding style and colors. The words from the Hand Lettered Posters are perfect for any image and I think having the combo of the words and one image makes a powerful statement about my style and brand. These cards will go to new prospective clients so it was important to communicate and keep consistent the style and branding of my work and studio. I was able to design the cards and have them ordered in a short amount of time. Rather than dreading the design process for these cards, it came to me so fast once I knew which of the Hand Lettered Posters I wanted to use. Right now I am getting ready to send several cards out and I know my clients and prospective clients will love them! Thanks again Design Aglow for giving my creative juices a little fuel and tools I need to pull together my vision."
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