birthday party invitation from senior grad cards

cute kid's photo birthday invitationToday's cute share is from Cinzia Loosemore of Cinzia Designs. She writes, "I used the Rock and Roll High School - Senior Graduation Cards as a birthday invitation. I used the template given to me and changed the colors (pink to blue) and the wording for my sons 6th birthday bowling party. I loved this card as soon as I saw and I had to buy it! I know I will use it again for clients. Thank you Design Aglow...I love all your products!"

We love this adorable card! Thanks for sharing, Cinzia, and your $75 gift certificate is on its way~ PRODUCT DETAILS: • Six lovely, ready-to-print designs • Set includes full designs on the front and back of each card • Fully customizable, layered Photoshop PSD files • Easily change colors and text. Use the illustrations or customize • Separate image layers make inserting photos a breeze • Designed using WHCC's flat 5x7 card templates for easy printing. You may, however, use your own lab or any print house. • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac


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