design aglow fan share: overlays for albums

Meg Sandu has already made these super cool albums with the new photo overlays...wowza!

She writes, "Hi! I have been following your site and blog since I started my photography business in October 2008. Needless to say my creative budget has been limited... HOWEVER, when you posted the Fairytale Overlays I was so excited that I got them right away! Not only did I use them for a gorgeous 8 X 8 Finao self mount album, but I also spruced up my website using the overlays as accent graphics as well! Thank you DesignAlgow for creating a budget friendly way for me to up-sell products and also inspire clients with my website!"

These look so fun and fresh...I would love to see that crown page as a huge canvas, maybe even with a child's name written on the bottom. Thanks for sharing and I am sending you a $75 shopping spree.




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