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Leigha Graf writes to us today with two fabulous shares! She says, "Larger Than Life is the perfect product for my clients and my session style. As a lifestyle photographer these large, modern collage canvases provide a great way to tell my clients' story, which is always my goal. And the Interactive Guest Book is another favorite of mine. The day before it premiered on the Design Aglow site, I had a request from a bride that had this exact concept in mind. Needless to say as soon as I saw the product here I was beyond excited. I love that Design Aglow is always on the first to satisfy demand for industry and design trends. That makes me and my clients very happy!"


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