customizing your photo book templates, beautifully

Shannon Grant sent us these images from two of her well selling products. She used our Accordion Album Collection: Visual Poetry & Le Petit Jardin Borders to create these looks. Shannon writes, "For the accordion book, I used Visual Poetry as-is and created it for a boudoir client. She made a large investment in her images, so I tucked one of these into her completed order as a surprise 'thank you' gift. She LOVED it! For the Engagement book, I used both templates to create the pages. The cover was simply resized from the Visual Poetry templates and works perfectly! I modified the templates to fit and mixed them throughout the book. These photo templates are so classy and diverse. I can use them for my boudoir clientele and the next day use them for a portrait session! No matter who they're for, the client is always impressed and it makes me look good - which is a great feeling!" Check out our our Accordion Album Collection: Visual Poetry & Le Petit Jardin Borders in the shop today.


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