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.
"My brand is clean and natural, so the white glass USB with the kraft box is perfect! Every client who has received one so far has mentioned how beautiful they are. Guess they weren't expecting such a classy presentation. I love surprising them by going above and beyond what they expect."
Alyssa ofAlyssa Grace Photographyreached out to share her success with offering Design Aglow products in her studio. She shares,"I love the variety of products that Design Aglow offers because they give small business owners, like myself, a source for high quality, streamlined, and professional grade tools that are not easily found in the photography industry. I actively use so many of their resources:The Big Picture Plannerfor my own sanity,The Inspire Guideto help my clients find their vision, many design templates for books and albums, and OF COURSE theAlbums. Just to name a few.