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Sell frames to every client with the Sales Catalog & Lookbook

Sell frames to every client with the Sales Catalog & Lookbook

As the cornerstone of your sales strategy, the Frame Shop Sales Catalog & Lookbook illustrates your studio’s frame sizes, styles, and colors, with professional photographs of the actual products and beautiful typography. While the catalog arrives already populated with images and carefully crafted copy, the fully-layered files allows you to insert your own images and text, as well as your pricing information. The time-saving design helps you create a polished book in minutes! Once you’ve customized your Lookbook, save as a PDF for printing or digital distribution. Keep a bound copy in your studio, email a copy to clients, or insert as a booklet into your welcome packets. Use this critical tool to sell frames to every client by researching their favorite style and inserting their photographs digitally during your sales session.

Frame Shop Sales Catalog & Lookbook at a glance:
• 24 fully layered and customizable pages, compatible with both Photoshop and InDesign
• 8.5x11” for easy printing
• Includes 56 stock images (22 with placeholders to insert your own images into the frames)

Click here to get your Lookbook and start boosting your frame sales today!

Sample images by Elizabeth Messina, Greer G Photography, Nicole Mason, Stephanie Mballo and Paula O'Hara for Design Aglow




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