i want it all - dvd covers are here!

Because you've got style that can't be kept under wraps, Design Aglow's I Want It All - DVD Covers share six delicious, delightful designs. Perfect for including a beautiful, must-have custom collection of digital negatives from your session, these templates make a case for a quality presentation clients are sure to want to collect for their own. Unlimited customizations, double and single case designs and even coordinating labels make this offering the quintessential accessory for those stunning sessions. PERFECT FOR: • a beautiful custom keepsake for those who want to invest in all the images as high res files • turning any session into the ultimate collection with a highly valuable digital product • sending potential clients or those who refer you a peek at your portfolio • to create matching cards, album covers, and even wall art • use for your own fresh marketing materials, website and blog to help you stand out PRODUCT DETAILS: • 6 distinctive designs (CD case single and double, and label) • Unflattened PSDs for unlimited customization, including color changes • Designed using WHCC's single and double CD case templates for easy printing • Compatible with CS3 or newer, Windows and Mac Special thanks to JG Photography, Heidi Peters Photography, Untamed Heart Photography and Angela Weedon Photography for the lovely images. Click here to check out all six designs in the shop!


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