simple, customizable templates for coordinating photo products

organic paradise senior albuma little bird told me senior albumToday's share comes from Karin Linde of Don't Blink.  She writes, "To make this album special I chose to use both the Mix and Match Albums - A Little Bird Told Me and the Organic Paradise Album Templates. I started to show the customer a new idea using Organic Paradise for thank you cards - and she loved it! I added a little "tack" (thank you) on the template and she wrote something personal on the back of each card. When it was time for her album I designed this for her with the same feel as the thank you card. The customer loved it! And the fact that the thank you card and the album match was a great success. Now I'm just waiting for her to order the big canvas too ;-) For me it was great to show my customer a new set and a new way to make an album. In Sweden the most common thing for a grad student to get is a small paper album with 10 pictures and maybe some simple thank you cards. But now it's starting to grow and I think if we start showing them how it can be made we can sell a lot more to this group of customers as well! So now I'm hoping to increase my business a lot this coming season just by showing some great products!" Thanks for the great share, Karin!  Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree~


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