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One of the great aspects of having photoshop templates is that they can be used for multiple purposes and products. If your client absolutely loved their holiday cards, use some of the elements from the cards in the products (or DVD cases) for their new family session! Arielle of Arielle Langhorne Photography shares, "I used different backgrounds and designs from all of my design aglow products (Cotton Candy Birth Announcements, Classic Holiday Cards - Monogram Collection, Complete Baby Plan) and resized them to fit the WHCC CD template. Using the different templates with all of their backgrounds was a great starting point to be creative, yet not spend too much time designing CD cases for my clients. They are so versatile, I can carry out the theme to birth announcements or an album. I take great pride in my images and my final work to my client has to be consistent with the quality of my photography. These products help me from marketing to packaging. There are no limits to using all of my templates in new ways for each of my clients, giving me the satisfaction of novelty each time while keeping a uniform and elegant style. The CD cases are a great hit with my clients, always presenting my work so beautifully. The quality of the packaging reinforces the great value of what's inside." Thanks so much for sharing Arielle! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop!


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