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organic paradise senior albuma little bird told me senior albumToday's share comes from Karin Linde of Don't Blink.  She writes, "To make this album special I chose to use both the Mix and Match Albums - A Little Bird Told Me and the Organic Paradise Album Templates. I started to show the customer a new idea using Organic Paradise for thank you cards - and she loved it! I added a little "tack" (thank you) on the template and she wrote something personal on the back of each card. When it was time for her album I designed this for her with the same feel as the thank you card. The customer loved it! And the fact that the thank you card and the album match was a great success. Now I'm just waiting for her to order the big canvas too ;-) For me it was great to show my customer a new set and a new way to make an album. In Sweden the most common thing for a grad student to get is a small paper album with 10 pictures and maybe some simple thank you cards. But now it's starting to grow and I think if we start showing them how it can be made we can sell a lot more to this group of customers as well! So now I'm hoping to increase my business a lot this coming season just by showing some great products!" Thanks for the great share, Karin!  Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree~


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