We're loving this keepsake idea from Renee of Renee Walston Photography. She shares, "My goal was to create a product that would allow my clients to remember their child's birth statistics in a way that fit the clean and classic style of my brand. My clients love the other Design Aglow Frames I offer, so I designed 10x20" storyboards to accompany your beautiful product.
I created several storyboard templates in Photoshop (different designs for each gender). I upload a sample into the ProSelect that they view during their ordering appointment. This allows me to insert the storyboard into the Design Aglow frame collection guides so they can view the storyboard as a stand along piece or part of Grab & Go Collection 3. I loved this so much that I created one for my daughter's room!
It's hard to find a way to easily display and remember all the special details of your child's birth. I love that parents can proudly display this in a nursery or along with other framed wall art in their home. Using the same frames as the rest of their wall art provides not only design but also brand continuity that my clients expect from me."
Thanks for sharing, Bethany! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~
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