design aglow fan share: letterpress look cards

card Photographer Steph Massey says, "I love letterpress so when you introduced the Letterpress Look templates I think I bought them the first day!  My client wanted a clean modern design to announce the birth of their new son.  We knew the announcements would go out around St. Patrick's Day and with a name like Patrick Cullen we wanted to use green in the design.  I used elements from two of the templates and a frame from the Assorted Designer Borders around the images inside and on the back.   My client is over the top in love with these announcements. Your designs are always fresh and sophisticated but most of all they are totally customizable which is very important to me.  Thanks again for such beautiful creative products that make my clients think I am genius!"


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