fabulous new senior portrait guest book

Senior Graduation Party Sign In Albumportrait-album-guestbook-templates-for-photoshopsenior-portrait-album-guestbook-templates-for-photoshopThe high school yearbook for seniors is an amazing testament to a year filled with memories to last. Still, since Graduation Day is about your special clients, what better way to celebrate a senior's portrait session than with Design Aglow's Mr. Big Album? It's an album””but what's more, it's a guest book with areas for fun questions and space for friends and family to pen fond memories. Love the 20 professionally created layouts but don't need a guest book? No problem! Simply replace text with your favorite images using our simple actions. A perfect way to bring added revenue to your business, this album template graduates, with honors.

PERFECT FOR: • Photo mats • Cards • Canvases • Image boxes • Seniors • Engagement • Kids PRODUCT DETAILS: • Cover page and 20 creative layouts in adjustable 10x10 square design (rotate the horizontal image frames to make vertical layouts before running the actions) • Suitable for any album company (and made using WHCC's 10x10 hinged lay flat templates) • Fully automatic. Bundled actions make inserting images a breeze • Delivered in fully layered Photoshop psd format • Compatible with Photoshop CS3 and newer, Windows and Mac Click here to check out The Mr. Big Album in the shop! *Thanks to Michelle Moore Photography for the lovely imagery. To check out the companion photo collage template, click here.  Perfect for canvases, you will truly maximize your sales by offering this for purchase only after a certain amount is spent at their order session, or after your highest priced album.


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