Hey all! This post is long overdue . . . but in the last six months my insanely creative sister-in-law (also a photographer and also named Amy Tripple – isn’t that fun?!) launched a new website called Sugar Snappers (twelvestonesphotography.comsugarsnappers.com) as a resource for “budding photographers”. The main product is something she thought up – a series of wood floor overlays to use in Photoshop and digitally put over almost any other type of floor. It works best on floors that were already wood and just need some pizazz, but I’ve had success with tile as well! Check them out. She’s a genius. 🙂
In addition, she’s so graciously allowed me to sell some of my creations there as well and they’ve just gone up for sale TODAY!! I’m ecstatic!! 🙂 Are you a photographer who’s just getting started and need an identity?? Already a photographer who needs to revamp your look?? I have three marketing kits for sale. The kits include .psd templates for the following products: a double-sided business card, a double-sided gift certificate, a “What’s Next?” card to give your clients a time line after your shoot, a CD label, and MY FAVORITE one – a double-sided template for a 5×5 trifold CD holder.
These templates for the tri-fold CD holders are the perfect alternative to slimline CD cases that crack easily or expensive custom CD “books”. They’re totally customizable and can be printed easily at Full Color (with the CD hub attached), Miller’s (with or without the CD hub), or WHCC (as 5×5 cards without the hub and you can purchase stick-on hubs yourself for around 10 cents each). You could either print them one at a time and make them personal to each client (with their photos), or, like I do, make them personal to your business and print a bunch at once to keep in stock. They have the copyright information and print release printed right on them so no need to give your clients an extra document for them make prints.
Know a photographer who might be interested?? Tell them about the website: twelvestonesphotography.comsugarsnappers.com
Oh, and you should note these kits don’t come with logos, but if you need a logo, let me know and we’ll work one up for you!