printing your workflow board on a budget

Today's fabulous share from the Essential Studio Workflow Assistant comes from Lyndsey of Lyndsey Lyons Photography.  She writes, "I changed the colors, etc. to match my branding. Because I'm on a budget I had the workflow board printed as a 16x20 print. I used a frame I already had and the glass is great as a dry erase board. It works perfectly and only cost about $15 (the price of the print).  It keeps me organized. I like to see where I am and what I need to do by just glancing up from my desk. I love that I can see the progress I've made and it keeps me motivated!" Thanks so much for the share, Lyndsey!  Enjoy your $75 shop credit on us~


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