new product: bliss portfolio box collection

Our second set of spring boxes, the Bliss Collection is here for your fun & colorful portrait sessions!

PRODUCT DETAILS:
• Fully customizable, unflattened PSD files
• Easy to change colors and text. Use the included patterns or add your own
• 3 lovely, ready-to-print designs, beautifully color coordinated with room for studio's logo on the back
• Separate image layers make inserting photos a breeze
• Set includes all four popular sizes of Finao portfolio boxes: 8x10, 10x10, 13x13 and 11x14.
• Designed exclusively for use with Finao's portfolio box line
• Compatible with Photoshop CS2 and later, Windows and Mac




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