FREE Mommy Cards: Perfect Gift For Customers or For Yourself

Mommy cards are a great referral program giveaway for your customers.  Just add an image from a client session and give your clients a stack of these fun cards. If you’re looking for a fun and unique gift for your clients that doubles as a great way to promote your business, Mommy Card Photoshop Templates are for you!

If you are a beginner or hobbyist mom photographer, you can even use these yourself to display your work.

Download the FREE Photography MOMMY CARD Photoshop Templates!

Minneapolis baby photographer, Jen Gorney, of Elizabeth Grace Photography is giving all MCP Action readers three free Mommy Card templates for use with Adobe Photoshop and Elements. Simply save the file, customize to your liking and send to your printer of choice!

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As the biggest play date season of the year is upon us (yeah, summer!), you can be sure that your Mommy Cards will be handed out non-stop as busy moms are figuring out summer schedules for their kids, meeting new moms at the park, determining car pool schedules…you name it! Perfect for moms and tots alike, Mommy Cards are a stylish way to share contact information and oh-so-fun to hand out!

Mommy cards are sized like a traditional business card (2×3.5 inches)and are a PERFECT client gift for summer. The templates are fully layered .psd files so you have full control over the fonts, colors, verbiage – you can even re-size, increase or decrease the number of photo openings. The possibilities are endless with these little cards, so get creative!

Basic Instructions:

Place your chosen image directly above the Image Layer in the Layers Palette. Go to Layer > Create Clipping Mask. You can then re-size and move your image as needed.

You can re-size photo openings as needed, change border colors (double-click “Stroke”), etc. To create additional photo openings, right-click on an Image Layer and select Duplicate Layer. To delete photo openings, drag the applicable layer to the Delete Layer (trash) icon in the Layers Palette.

To change a color, double click the layer thumbnail and choose a new color. All fonts and borders are customizable so you can match your studio’s design and color palette.

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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    Kim Chiasson says


    was wondering if you can explain to me how to get the photo in each box? Also where or how do I print it so it prints on both sides?



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    Thank you SO much for these awesome templates! I am staying up way too late but having so much fun playing with them! Love your website too; I grew up in Mpls 😉

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