collage templates are great for birthday displays

collage templates are great for birthday displays

Today's lovely share comes from Janet of Janet Moon Photography. She writes, "Since my daughter's first birthday fell right in the middle of my busiest season, I turned to Design Aglow to easily create several pieces for her party. I used the Sweet 16 Fleur template to create a 16x16 Thinwrap printed on metallic and coated with satin laminate. I took off all the floral accents for a simpler design and easily customized the colors to match my daughter's dress. I also used pieces from the Sweet 16 Fleur to create a traditional Korean "Doljabi" 16x16 board printed on metallic paper mounted on styrene. Finally, I used the template once again for the front of the 5x7 press printed thank you cards highlighting the details of the party. I used one of the borders from the Assorted Designer Borders set to frame the large portrait on the back of the card. Design Aglow made the process of creating one of a kind pieces for my daughter's event quick and easy and they turned out beautiful."

Thanks for the great share, Janet! Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree on us~




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