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Today's adorable share comes from Toki Kanitz of Toki Lee Photography.  Toki writes, "I used the Le Petit Jardin Borders to create a 5x5 client album of a recent newborn session and I think it turned out nice! The first couple of pages of the album were customized to include text, while the rest of the album is made up of the bordered images.  What I love about this product, besides that fact that the design is so sweet and elegant, is that it came with an action that allowed me to automatically insert my image into the template which took just seconds! On top of that, it came with another action that resized the image automatically to 5x5. So awesome and what a huge time saver!  The client received her album today and wrote to me, saying that "it will be such a beautiful and memorable keepsake" of her baby girl." Thanks for the precious share, Toki!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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