Photo Border

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  • Description

    If your New Year’s resolution was to bring more love to the world, then sending out our Photo Border New Year’s Cards will start the year off right for you. Don’t send out the last holiday card of the year, be the first to wish your closest friends a Happy New Year with each holiday photo card you send. The layout of the front of these Photo Border New Year Cards are a series of photos with a simple New Year’s greeting centered on them. The back allows for more pictures and a personal greeting, but there may be back design alternatives available. Start the New Year off green with these recycled holiday photo cards.

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  • Details
    Card Type
    Flat Card
    Card Size
    Square Cards 5.1" - Flat
    Paper
    130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper
    Envelopes
    White envelopes made from 100% post consumer recycled paper.
    Delivery Options
    Shipped To You
    $8.99 flat-rate (via Ground)
    Price Per Card
    1-10
    $2.79
    11-20
    $2.49
    21-50
    $2.19
    51-90
    $1.99
    91-199
    $1.79
    200-299
    $1.69
    300+
    $1.59
  • Designer

    Carmen Nacher

    My name is Carmen Nácher. I am a spanish graphic designer who has been living in Germany for almost 4 years. I studied graphic design in the EASD of Valencia, the city where I was born. In September 2012, I moved to a little city from Germany, Münster, where I made a 2 semester scholarship while I was working simultaneously in my degree final work. This work was a book which would let further foreign students know a little more about the city and faculty of Münster. After submitting my final work in Valencia, I came back to Germany, but this time I went to Cologne, where I studied the german language in an Intensiv way for almost 5 months. After that, I discovered an art gallery, SSZ Süd, in wich I had the opportunity of taking a 6 months internship, and learn a lot more from one of my biggest vocation, photography. In this time, I also had the pleasure to show some of my photographs among more young photographers in the Glasgow galery The Lighthouse, organised by the independent charity Saxa Arts Trust. Once I ended my internship at the art gallery, I started another internship at Bel Epok, a design and communication Agency based in Cologne. In my time at Bel Epok, I had the chance to learn lot of new things and move among different design areas like design conception, Layout development for printed products, Packaging, Illustration, Photo concept and Logo development. After my internship, I continued working in the Agency with a one-year-contract as a Junior Art Director. It was in this time when I completely realised that graphic design was my thing. That I choosed well, and that I wanted to work as a graphic designer for the rest of my life. Currently, I work as a freelance, and I am always open to new attractive offers that I consider they can make me grow in both professional and personal way. To conclude, I would like to explain where my inspiration come from. One thing that I consider really important and that I do constantly is to be updated to the new tendencies. I spend lots of my time in internet surfing through every kind of website that I find inspirational. From art and design webs and blogs to sites which display the everyday and the intereses from different kind of people. I think it’s important to know what the people are thinking in general, what are they liking, what are they looking at in the last days. I also find inspiration by taking Photos. I take long walks to make Photos, and I think in the moment you decide to pay attention to those forms and colors both from nature and human constructions, or just things you find on the way, I think you keep it somehow back in your mind, whith the chance to pop up at some point involuntarily while working on something else that could have some kind of relation.