Hot Off the Press: Aubrie Pick Photography, A New Chance Animal Rescue and More

Jennifer
December 25, 2013

Happy Boxing Day!

Did Hanukkah’s early date take you by surprise? Did Christmas breeze right by? A number of people have told me this is the first year they didn’t manage to send out holiday cards – the shorter shopping season left them slammed, and some beloved traditions were left by the wayside. It’s not too late, though, to spread winter cheer – send New Year cards instead! You’ll catch family, friends and customers off-guard when they receive your beautiful, thoughtful card after the traditional holidays. And for a dose of marketing strategy, your card will get more attention since it won’t be among the stacks of mail customers received earlier this month. Have a look below at some examples of New Year greetings we printed recently for PsPrint customers. And for a final dose of Christmas, you can refer to last week’s “Hot Off the Press,” which featured holiday cards and inspiration for your 2014 calendars.

Postcard styling by Kiersten Stevens for Aubrie Pick Photography

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Logo by Westwerk Design and sticker design by Pat and Lari Collins for Pikes Peak Brewing Co.

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Postcard design by Molly Meng for 8mm Ideas

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Poster design by Vaxa Creative for A Broken Umbrella Theatre

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Back of business card design by Worksight’s Scott W. Santoro for International Funders for Indigenous Peoples

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Invitation design by Graphics for Good for A New Chance Animal Rescue

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Postcard design by Dogmo Studios for Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom

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Sticker design by Justin Fernandez, Brian Scott and Aaron Bia for Tesoro

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Newsletter cover by InterDesign’s Matt Knutson for Douglas Island Pink and Chum

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Poster design by Charlie Essers for Heretic Brewing Co.

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Postcard design by Alison Krein of UAS Public and Media Relations for University of Alaska Southeast

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Back of business card design by Wizmosis for Nest

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Envelope for American Home Renewal

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Club card flyer design by Gerald Lovato for T.A.O. Hair

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Postcard art by Jim Rohan and design by Sarah Christianson for RayKo Photo Center

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Sticker for Saber-Toothed Computing

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Postcard design by Wednesday Seven’s Maura Feingold for Straw

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Business card design by Karen Brown for Baca Valley Telephone Co.

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Greeting card cover design by Brian Stupski for Problem Child Kustoms Studio

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About Jennifer Moline

Jennifer Moline writes for the PsPrint Blog as well as maintains its Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus and Pinterest presences. She also guest-blogs for such notable graphic design blogs as Fuel Your Creativity and Inspiredology. She’s previously written about technology and small business for news websites, magazines and newspapers. In her off-hours, Jennifer can be found roughing it in the mountains or tucked away in a movie theater.

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