new product: "bee mine" album templates

Busy as an apoidea anthopila but still want to deliver a sweet product for your clients? The worker bees from Design Aglow are creating new buzz with Bee Mine, our latest album template. These 30 fully customizable pages are sure to brighten your days, while offering an unlimited number of uses for everything from albums to marketing to thank you notes. Colorful and fun designs make maximizing profits sweeter than honey. Order yours today!

PERFECT FOR:
• Photographer's portfolio
• Adorable client album
• Studio marketing
• Card or postcard (one page), a tri-fold card (three or more), or more for a studio brochure
• Remove all text for a clean, simple album
• Show one page at a time for a DVD slideshow product
• Frame several pages for a wall display
• Holiday cards
• Thank you notes

PRODUCT DETAILS:
• 30 pages, 11x14 design
• Fully automatic. Bundled actions make inserting images a breeze
• Delivered in .psd format to customize into any size, for any flush-mount album
• Compatible with PS7 or newer, Windows and Mac

See the templates in the shop here.




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