fairy tale overlays - the perfect embellishment

Today's fun share comes from Allison of Allison Stahl Studio.  She writes, "I created blank templates in Photoshop and embellished them with the Fairy Tale Overlays.  I wanted to create something cute and fun to add to the portrait and product information guide I send as a PDF to my clients. The Fairy Tale Overlays were the perfect addition to add the bit of whimsy I was looking for to make it fun to read and color match my branding. I will also be printing these for the client that prefers to have something to hold! Thank you Design Aglow for your wonderful products and inspiration!" We love this clever use of the overlays!  Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree on us~


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