fun new product: "free speech" quote graphics

Beautiful images speak a thousand words, but Design Aglow is proud to add a little extra oomph to your studio's special images with "Free Speech", a set of 12 quote graphics. Perfectly poignant in every way, use these superb syllables to wax witty, purvey precociousness, or sell sweetness”” and better yet, you can come up with whatever the situation dictates. Perfect for invitations, Valentines or baby announcements to “save the date”, Thank You cards and more, you'll find more ways than one to speak your mind. Perfect for: Wedding invitations Thank you cards Holiday cards Birthday Invitations Baby announcements Graduation announcements Guest sign in books Vendors and marketing PRODUCT DETAILS: • 12 quote bubble graphics • Add any graphic in less than a minute. • Delivered in non-destructive EPS format, compatible with Photoshop and a variety of other graphics applications. *Samples are shown with text as an example, product does not include fonts. ~ Special thanks to Lena Hyde Photography and Tinywater Photography for the lovely images. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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