new product: photo booth albums

photobooth1 photobooth2 You asked...we listened! This awesome new upsell product premiers today. Use after wedding photobooth events as an add-on product for brides and grooms, wedding parties, and guests. Even print onsite, and assemble with Finao peek and stick Elements albums for instant gratification. Proms anyone? Thank you notes? Marketing? Calendars? Wall art? What would you do with it!?! Buy the product, make samples, photograph them, email us, and if we use your submission on the blog, your photo booth album template is 100% free! (thank to Curtis Moore for the inspiration & images) This product is now in the shop....right here! (Introductory price is $65 for one week, then price goes up to $75)


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