living with art: designer frames

Today is the first in a series of blog posts from our living with art contest.  "Living With Art" is all about how photographers use art in the home.  We had many wonderful entries, so prepare to be inspired! Today's fabulous "living with art" winning share comes from Jamie of Jamie Kutter Photography.  Jamie says, "I used the Designer Frames and printed each as a 12x12 mounted with linen texture. They can be framed without glass or put on an easel. Cute and easy decor! These borders were the perfect product for my black and white mini session event this month. They are versatile and easy! I'm thrilled to offer these to my clients. Thanks Design Aglow!"


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