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Page Stationery Holiday Trunk Show & Free Mini Photo Session at Simply Noted (NOW!)

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Don’t let this be your holiday card photo – sign up for a FREE mini photo session!! Appointments still available on Thursday, October 9th and Friday October 10th.

STEP 1:
call simply noted at 443.275.7094 for your appointment time

STEP 2:
gather your kiddos and dress them in something pretty

STEP 3:
come to simply noted with bribes so they smile for the camera

STEP 4:
set up a time to come back to pick out your holiday card

THE FINE PRINT

-photo sessions are free and limited to 20-30 minutes
-ten {10} photos from the session will be offered digitally for free if you order a holiday card with Simply Noted by November 15th
-only one {1} of those photos will be touched up/enhanced for use on the holiday card
-digital copies of the photos can be purchased for $75 if you do not order holiday cards
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20% Off Holiday Sale Going on Now at Simply Noted

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Holiday SALE Ends Saturday

Don’t miss out on the savings!  Stop by Simply Noted this week to order your personalized holiday cards  20% OFF ends Saturday, October 4th.
 
Many great options:
  • foil printed
  • letterpressed
  • glitter
  • high quality digital
  • double sided
  • round and fun shapes

Also, mark your calendar for the FREE mini photo sessions: Thursday, October 9th  and  Friday, October 10th!

 

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Happy Holidays from Johns Hopkins

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If you’ve ever been charged with making a holiday card for a group of critical people — hey, if you’ve ever had to work with other people at all — you’ll be able to appreciate Johns Hopkins’ 2012 video holiday “card,” which manages to capture both the stress and the sweetness of the season all at once.

Pigtown Design: Christmas Cards

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It’s getting perilously close to the time when I should send all of my Christmas cards, but I’ve been undecided as to what to send and how to do it.

Last year, I sent electronic cards via Paperless Post, which worked very well.xmas[3]

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