design aglow fan share: multitasking products

Sara Goetz just sent us these images of her creations with our Album Templates.

"I LOVE your album templates! Recently, I've used them to create 2 page spreads for my albums. Then I use the same spreads and create according wallets that I order from Miller's Lab. I give them to my clients as a "thank you" for their purchase. It's great - I don't have to recreate composites; the spreads just drop into the wallet template! In a matter of minutes I'm done with both projects.

I've also found that the album action spreads are a great way to showcase multiple images on my blog."

We love a girl who multitasks! Thanks Sara...sending you a $75 shop credit now~




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