hand drawn photo frames make unique gifts for clients
Sometimes you don't have to offer a product within your studio catalog, but you can give something lovely as a gift to your repeat clients. Robyn of Buttons and Bows Photography shares, "I recently moved to Atlanta after five years in Orlando. As a "goodbye gift", I used the Hand Drawn Photo Frames - Pen & Ink Collection to create collages on a gallery-”wrap canvas for newborn, "baby's first year", and first birthday clients. This is not something I offer in my regular product line, so it will be a gift unique to them and their sessions with me."
Thanks so much for sharing Robyn! Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree!
From the shop:
Frame those special faces with these fun and fabulous, hand drawn photo frames from Design Aglow. A dozen darling templates add a touch of whimsy to your already special images; and because sizes are vector designs, they can be printed to your specifications in any size! What are you waiting for? Get the lead out and make your images a real draw today!
• Photo Mats
• Portfolio Box Covers
Click here to see them in the shop and start embellishing some of your clients' favorite images!
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