Protect Your Online Images Beautifully

Gorgeous photography meets timeless beauty. Stylish and seriously pretty, these fabulous, fully customizable blog templates lend elegant professionalism and great style to your studio’s blog posts—all without fussing over HTML or image layouts.

Thanks to our collages, unique sizing and versatile watermarks, you can simply and easily share your artistic aesthetic while protecting your work from being printed. Our thoughtfully designed templates not only add visual interest to your work, you’ll enjoy the buzz of drawing in new customers. What’s more, you’ll treat your existing clients to the anticipation of their complete sessions. Who said blogging can’t be beautiful?

Click here to get yours today!

Use these blog boards with the new corresponding Timeless Elegance Multipurpose Card Collection:

Our Timeless Elegance Card Collection creates the perfect sentiment, regardless the client, and without time spent poring over design. Accentuate stunning sessions and make sure your studio arrives hot on the scene (and in the mailbox) with this collection of inspired cards, perfect for holidays, save the dates, invitations and thank yous.

THE TIMELESS ELEGANCE CARDS INCLUDE:
• 12 lovely, ready-to-print designs
• Coordinates beautifully with the Timeless Elegance Blog Boards (shown above)
• Full designs on all sides of each card
• Fully customizable, fully layered Photoshop PSD files
• Easily change colors and text. Use the designs as-is or customize!
• A variety of card templates (5x5 flat, 5x5 folded and 5x5 trifold)

Click here to check it out in the shop!

Special thanks to Jacki Jean Photography, Katch Studios, Kylie Martin Photography, Katy Weaver Photography, Blue Dandelion Photography, Leah Hope Photography and Red Pinwheel Photography for the lovely images in our samples!




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