photoshop collage template as gorgeous "save the date" magnets
Today's creative share comes from Marlyne and Alex of Marlyne Alexander Photography.Â They said, "We used Design Aglow's fabulous Sweet 16 Fleur template in Photoshop and added our client's favorite engagement images. We then had them printed at a local lab as 6x6 magnets for their "Save The Dates".Â We love the template because of its versatility. This can literally be used for collages, canvas designs, cards, or anything your creative mind can come up with!Â Our clients LOVED it! They said they felt like ROCK STARS and loved being featured on all their friends and family's fridges. They were really pleased with the idea that they didn't have to choose just one image."
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Click here to check out the Sweet 16 Fleur collage template in the shop.Â This mod, multi-purpose, shapely collage template is perfect for any reason and season. Simply insert desired images, text, color, or patterns into the template, and watch creativity and sales blossom. Perfect for everything from weddings, engagements, general marketing and advertising, you'll add a spring to your step with these perfectly placed petals.Â Also, these Photoshop .psd files are delivered in vector format, which means you can make them as big (or as small) as your heart desires while maintaining the quality.
We’re having a huge sale on all of our almost perfect Big Picture Planners! Huzzah!
But wait. What does “almost perfect” mean? Well, these are the planners that have teeny tiny aesthetic defects. Don’t worry! They haven’t been totally wrecked, they just have small ink marks or scratches that occurred during transit to our office. You can see images of these small damages below.
Last year, I traveled to the state of Goa in India with Leave UR Mark, an organization that offers amazing opportunities for volunteers and travelers in India, and stayed for almost two weeks. It was my second time visiting India, and proved to be a vastly different experience than my first trip to Agra and Mumbai.