In The Shop: Client Package Cards

August 27, 2015

I am so thrilled to get these back in the shop with an updated design! You can now catch the Client Package Cards in the shop!

A perfect way to educate your clients on caring for their art. Catch the all-new Client Package Cards in the shop |

These are the perfect way to educate your clients about their art that you create for them. This pack contains design template files for four 5×5 cards – a copyright release to go with your digital files that your clients may purchase, their collection of 4×6 proof prints (you can see how I use this is my business model right here), a fine art album information card as well as a photographs and wall art information card.

Each design can feature an image of your work on the flip side and each design can be fully customized with your branding.

A beautiful detail to add to the beautiful art you send off to your clients!

A perfect way to educate your clients on caring for their art. Catch the all-new Client Package Cards in the shop |


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  1. Stacey

    October 23rd, 2015 at 12:31 am

    Hi Kara

    Love the look of this, I have just purchased a few of your templates and am about to start ordering boxes and folders etc. since the cards are 5inx5in do you order 5×7 boxes for your prints and put them inside? or do you do 6×4 and then hand the cards over separately?



  2. Kara Layne

    October 26th, 2015 at 8:41 pm

    Hi Miss Stacey! Thank you so much for purchasing and I hope you love them! I actually keep the proof prints to a 4×6 box and place the client cards in their own envelope within the entire package. The reason being is I usually have more than one card I have to include for more than one particular product. For instance, if they ordered the entire digital negative collection I have that packaged on a custom flash drive within it’s own box, their proof prints in a 4×6 box, then a 5.5×5.5 envelope containing their proof print and copyright release information card all placed in one larger box on top of everything. Hopefully that helps to give you a visual. And hopefully made sense 😉