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mini accordion albums to market your studio

mini accordion albums to market your studio

Today's fabulous share is from Melissa Jeffcoat of Melissa Arlena Photography.  She writes, "I wanted to create a mini accordion album for my client to share the photos from her session with all her friends and I wanted it to look fresh and modern. I love the Visual Poetry templates and it was so easy to customize one to fit my vision. For the cover I wanted something that would really catch your attention and I knew the vintage camera templates from Objects of My Affection would be perfect! It was so easy to put everything together. I ordered the minis through WHCC and chose the pearl paper and a metallic cover which really sets off the camera on the album cover! I love that it is so easy to mix and match the Design Aglow templates to create unique products for my clients. My client loved them and plans to show them off to all her friends! Thank you so much for having such great designs that keep my products fresh and my clients coming back for more!"

We love these mini albums! Thanks for sharing, Melissa.  Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the Design aglow shop~




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