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creating an elegant sign-in book for weddings to get you noticed

Julie Butler sent us these images of her new Design Aglow inspired sign-in book.  She says, "I had so much fun creating this engagement guest signing album.  I used the Le Petit Jardin borders for the cover and some of the Le Petit Jardin Image Preview Box layers for my spine and the back of the album.  The result = STUNNING!!!!  I LOVE the borders!  They are sooo versatile...and so are the Image Preview Box layers.  My client LOVED it .... over and over again!!!!  THANKS again DesignAglow for always being there with everything I need to keep my studio products fresh and unique!!" Thanks for the great share Julie!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way!


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