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customizable birth announcements for newborn photographers

Baby Announcement for Newborn PhotographersToday's share is from Marlyne of Marlyne Alexander Photography.  She writes, "I simply opened one of the amazing Cotton Candy Birth Announcement templates in Photoshop and away I went! It was soooo quick and easy! I really didn't have to change too much because the original look of the template matched up great with the shoot and the client's style. When we were done with adding the personalized text, we submitted it to our local lab and had it printed on Pearl-Linen paper. WOW! It looks stunning:) A flat card with four images.....sooo great! It is so user friendly and the possibilities of making this same template look different every time is a great treasure! The cut lines were spot on and didn't give our printers any trouble. Our client said it was PERFECT! Enough about the images with enough design....Modern & Classy!" Thanks for the great share, Marlyne!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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