Studio Holiday Card Catalog: Updated for 2015

Studio Holiday Card Catalog: Updated for 2015

We’ve created this truly dynamic instructional sales tool to help you sell holiday cards to every single client, with ease and great style. This easy-to-use catalog displays ALL of our stunning holiday card collections and features a brand new neutral cover design.

With fully layered Photoshop and InDesign files, you can choose to edit the product listing to include your own designs, or use our handy direct link to an unbranded online version for clients to peruse the catalog as is.

Use it to discover your client’s favorite designs before purchasing them from our shop so you’re guaranteed success both in satisfying your client's needs and in profiting from your offerings.

And the included bonus content puts you in the selling frame of mind, sharing tips, tricks, and professionally written verbiage used by successful studios to maximize their holiday revenue.

This valuable catalog is yours FREE with any $50+ purchase ($10 value) through October 12th, 2015 @ 11:59 pm PST. What better way to rack up Design Aglow loyalty points than on products that will make you even more money? No code necessary. Click here to start selling now!




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