Contest time: win new round Obrien Schridde frames!

Aren't these new round frames by Obrien Schridde simply lovely? We are giving them away this week....here's how you can be entered to win: Buy our fabulous new Essential Workflow Photoshop Actions this weekend (with special introductory pricing) and you are automatically entered for a chance to win the grand prize of a set of three of these round frames of your choice. Another second place winner will win a set of two round frames of their choice just for purchasing our amazing new set of 22 essential workflow actions. And finally, one lucky social media king (or queen) will win one round frame of their choice for telling your peeps about the new action set. Spread the word about the Design Aglow giveaway & link to designaglow.com/blog on Facebook, Twitter, your blog or any photography forums you love with the words "Check out Design Aglow's new essential workflow actions for photographers at designaglow.com/blog"”¦and then come back here and leave a comment for each thing you do (max of four comments per person). Make sure you provide us with a link to your shout out in the comments section below and so make sure it links back to us at the Design Aglow blog. The contest ends in 48 hours”¦all entries must be submitted by 6 pm (EST), Sunday evening (September 17th, 2010). The winner will be announced Monday morning (EST)! Good luck! *Update: the contest is over.  Congrats to Amy Kropp (our grand prize winner), Chelsea Sloneker (our second place winner) and Kati Decker (our social media queen).  Thanks to all who participated!


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