Design Aglow Fan Share: Custom Preview Boxes

Design Aglow Fan Share: Custom Preview Boxes

Heidi Peters sent us this fun collage today, showing how she has used our Finao Preview Box Templates and coordinating Proof Borders (in the Templates area of the shop, page one....the matching proof boders are on page two).

Heidi says, "I know that Design Aglow has already been inundated with positive feedback about the new Finao proof box templates, but I had to add to the buzz! The whole concept and execution of these products are excellent. I am especially pleased with the matching borders -- and I can't wait to see future box designs. The timing of their release was perfect too --- I am revamping my website and product line before the holidays. I KNOW these will be a bestseller. I'm a great fan of all your products!"

We love seeing what our fans are doing with our products to take their businesses to the next level. And, we always gift a $75 Shop credit to show our appreciation for submissions that we blog!




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