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Studio Greetings Card: Tinsel Edition

Studio Greetings Card: Tinsel Edition

Want to wish your clients happy holidays and remind them why you are the best studio to document their happiest moments all year long? Design Aglow’s energetic and modern Studio Holiday Greetings Card has space for you to share 12 of the year’s best images along with a cheerful greeting.


Clients will love seeing one of their images featured in the vibrant collage of images on your completely unique card. And what a great way for them to see the scope and variety of your work, planting thoughts and ideas for photo shoots for the upcoming year.

• Playful hand lettered greetings with 12 images on the back
• Two versions: holiday & new year’s
• BONUS: (2) Square social media templates to use for holiday promotions
• Designed using ProDPI’s 5x7 two-sided flat card*, but can be fitted to any vendor
*There’s still time! ProDPI’s press card holiday deadline is Thursday, Dec. 17th: just have your stamps ready!
• Fully layered PSD files for unlimited customization

Get yours today!




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