From Two Minute Photo Series to Fun, Custom Wall Art

From Two Minute Photo Series to Fun, Custom Wall Art

Bethany of Bethany Sams Photography shares, "Several months ago, I did a little 2 minute series with my kids. I sat them in front of a blank wall and let them do whatever they wanted for just two minutes. It didn't matter to me if they smiled or made silly faces. I just wanted to get "them" for two minutes. I fell in love with the series because each picture is so uniquely them and I know I didn't have to beg them to smile or do anything to get those expressions, it's just who they are.

I've been using the Design Aglow Design Chemistry Collages mostly for online marketing or promotions but after recently ordering my first set of Design Aglow Frames for a client I knew they would be the perfect pairing for the 2 minute series of my kids. I love the clean lines and modern aesthetic of the collages as well as the frames. The two compliment one another perfectly and now I look forward to designing more of these collages for my clients. Thank you Design Aglow for your beautiful products!"

Thanks for sharing, Bethany! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

Have you created something awesome with Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you’ll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!

Products featured:
Design Chemistry Collage Collection
Design Aglow Bella Frames


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