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design aglow fan share: automatic albums

A big thanks to Laura Watson for her smart marketing share today!

Laura writes, "I know these little mini albums are all the rage, and why not?!? They're deliciously cute. But it can be tricky to keep mini designs new and fun for clients -- and since parents carry theirs around to show off to friends, I want to make sure I'm sending out the best marketing possible! Enter the A Little Bird Told Me automatic album designer. I quickly created this adorable album as a thank you gift for a client. I love that it showcases my studios great photos and design for any potential clients as well as offers a miniature version of a session album."

These automatic albums are great for any album company...and actions do virtually all the work for you! Take a peek at our other auto albums, Modern Day Whimsy too.




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