design aglow fan share: marketing book

Jessie Passon sends us her share for creating marketing albums with our proof borders, "Hello Design Aglow, I recently purchased the Album Proof Borders Series 1 and found a great way to use them! I have partnered up with a hair salon for upcoming promotions and this album will sit in the waiting area for their clients to look through. Rather than use one set of borders for the whole album, I alternated between two different border styles and every other page was a full page image. I love the way the album turned out and am hoping that the winning combination of Finao, Design Aglow and my work will bring lots of new clients!"

We think it will~




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