design aglow fan share: creating gift certificates

design aglow fan share: creating gift certificates

Christine Cornwell shows off her new gift certificates that she created using our Senior Crush templates. She writes, "I've had the Senior Crush cards and decided I absolutely love them for myself and recently designed a gift certificate for my studio! I changed the colors to match my colors (red and white) and popped in a few images and change the wordings. So easy!  As I get a little busier, I plan to design photo specific Gift Certificates- Weddings, Engagements, Lifestyle, Baby, Maternity, etc."

Great idea, Christina....love how you adapted them to fit your style and your needs...that's what Design Aglow is all about!

Details: Miller's Lab press printed art watercolor paper, small folded note card




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