Versatile Mini Albums Are The Perfect Client Gift

Versatile Mini Albums Are The Perfect Client Gift

Today's fabulous share comes from Bethy of Eden Photography.  She used the Visual Poetry Accordion Album Collection to make stunning offerings for her studio.  She says, "I just dropped in the photos after opening up the files in Photoshop! So easy and so cute! I was able to add my logo and business name on the back- there are spots to do this on the templates. I've used them for senior gifts and also "Happy 1st Anniversary" presents! I love how easy this was. I didn't worry about sizes or bleeds or anything- just dropped in the photos and flattened and ordered! The templates are versatile too- I was even able to use them for guy seniors. The moms love them. They carry them around in their purses and show everyone!"

Thanks for the great share Bethy!  Your gift certificate is on the way~

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