Easy, Versatile Templates To Get The Party Started

Easy, Versatile Templates To Get The Party Started

Today's fun filled share comes from Jessie of J. Passon Artistic Portraiture. She writes, "We recently had a huge party celebrating two birthdays and our move to a new house. The party list included all of our friends as well as clients of the studio. Armed with the theme of an orange, pink and red color scheme I turned to my Design Aglow files for everything from the invitation, t-shirts for my daughters, decorations and thank you cards. I used the Alphabet Bling, Text Accessories and Whimsy Proof Border Collection. It was a huge success and I have DA to thank in part for that. I love all stationary and was probably more than necessarily excited about the invitation and thank you card which featured two DA products! Design Aglow is often a part of my business and I wanted to share how it is a part of my personal life as well. Thank you again for creating such versatile products that allow us photographers to tap into our inner designer. Is it too early to start planning my next party???"

Thanks for the fabulous share, Jessie! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree in the Design Aglow store on us~




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