design aglow fan share: blog book cover

Jayne Rohlfing has a great idea for archiving our blogs as tangible keepsakes. She writes, "I know this isn't your typical inspirational send-in, but I was just so excited I had to share. I am in the process of converting my family blog to a book. I've just begun ... at 2006!

After laying out all the pages myself I was really too tired to put any thought into a cover design and title page. I was tempted to just throw some text on there and be done with it. Thankfully I remembered my Design Aglow Mix and Match Designer Album action templates and before I knew it had easily put together a simple, yet beautiful cover. I received my book today and it looks so great it's given me motivation to continue on with my conversions. Thanks Design Aglow for helping me out on my family projects too!"




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