Design Aglow Fan Love: Lisa Thomas

Design Aglow Fan Love: Lisa Thomas

We love our readers and our fans....thank you for all of your input! Lisa Thomas (kiralisa.com) just won a $100 shop credit for leaving a comment on our blog (with her contact info) by a random drawing of all our recent comments. That's one of her images above! Keep commenting on the blog and we will keep drawing $100 random winners. OR, send us beautiful photos or collages of your Design Aglow creations* (8x12 inches, horizontal) and you will also receive a $75 credit to the Shop if we publish your submission. Email lena@designaglow.com with your images and a quote....see posts below for examples. *This will be a new, ongoing feature...open to all, no expiration!


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