Design Aglow fan share: simple traditional marketing set

Juliet Nicole sent us these super yummy photos today...love the blue background, J!

"I just wanted to share some photos with you of the accordion design from the [link]http://www.designaglow.com/the_shop/store_pages/product_details/marketing_sets/simpletraditional/main.php=Simple Traditional Marketing Set[/link].

I was inspired to put together a cute mini booklet for my wedding couples. I used the accordion template included in the Simple Traditional Marketing Set from Design Aglow and tweaked it with my logo, photos, and information on salon and make up tips, sample wedding schedule, and other info to help the couple plan their day. I then printed it through WHCC and added the extra uv gloss to realy make the colors pop. My brides are loving it so far and I couldn't be more happier!"

Hmmm, could this be an idea for a new product? I think so! Juliet, I am emailing you right now about content....xoxo, Lena




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