easy, beautiful client gifts

Today's share comes from Jessie of J. Passon Artistic Portraiture.  She says, "I wanted to write and share with you how much I love the templates for the mini accordions.  Not only are the elements super easy to customize, but I have found so many other uses for them.  Client gifts are one of my favorite things to design and create--mostly because the client has no idea a gift is coming their way!  A little while ago I needed a client gift and used my Visual Poetry templates to create it.  All it took was a little resizing, some custom text and colors and I quickly had a 5x5 print that I ordered mounted on styrene.  My client was in love with the final result and could easily prop the print on an easel or shelf.

Thanks again for templates that are so easy to customize!" Thanks for the cute share, Jessie! Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree on us~




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