one-of-a-kind design inspiration

Our fun share today comes from Marci Lambert. Marci writes, "I used the background from Mr. Big with the photo frames and tape from one of the Charmed Life templates. I created this standout as a thank you gift to a local cupcake shop because I often meet clients there for consultations and I appreciate how welcome they make me feel. Their cupcakes are delicious and I find myself photographing them all the time! I love the flexibility of Design Aglow templates. By themselves they are beautiful, but because they are layered, I find myself pulling a bit from this one and a bit from that one so that I can create one-of-a-kind products." Thanks so much for sharing your idea with us Marci....your gift certificate is on the way. We can't wait to see what you create next!


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