photo borders add the extra special touch

Today's super cute share comes from Robyn of Buttons & Bows Photography.  She says, "I use the Parisian Collection photo borders on gallery-wrap canvas and linen textured styrene-mounted prints to give images that little bit extra to make them stand out. The borders are extremely easy to use and the number of different border styles is fantastic! They help me make a quick and easy "thank you" gift.  Time and costs are minimal and the client reaction is worth that and more! The last client thank you note had about 50 "!!!" after "I love it". Thanks for the share, Robyn!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way. Click here to check out the Parisian Collection in the shop. Looking for a way to transform your already stunning images into swank works of art? The artisans at Design Aglow prove that toeing the line can be lovely with these five proof borders. A quintet of classic designs blends beautifully in three standard sizes, and can be used for unlimited customizations. What are you waiting for? These detailed dazzling borders will transform your frown lines into night on the town lines. Order yours today!


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