sweet 16 fleur makes a perfect dry erase board

Today's lovely share comes from Jayne of j.ro photography.  She says, "I was needing to make a year end gift for my clients - fast! I ran across these dry erase boards from Millers and was hoping to just find a template and throw one together. I could only find a couple out there and it wasn't what I needed. So I did what I should have done from the start””look in my Design Aglow collection of templates I've gathered through the years. I decided to try out the Sweet 16 Fleur to test just how flexible and easy Design Aglow templates really are. And the conclusion -- so flexible, and so easy! It was a piece of cake to turn the template into a reusable calendar, change colors and to also customize it by dropping my clients photos in there. Phew! You saved the day! Thanks DA!" So cute, Jayne!  Enjoy a $75 Design Aglow shopping spree on us~


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