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instant cookbook from mix and match album

Today's cute share comes from Meghan of Portraits by Meghan Poort.  She writes, "I am in love with the Mix and Match Modern Day Whimsy album set. They are SO easy to use and super versatile. I actually just used them for my daughter's school for their class cookbook! And then had them bound through WHCC...How cute did they turn out?!" Thanks for the share, Meghan.  Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~ With flights of fancy in coordinated colors and dreamy themes, mix and match designer albums are a bundle of powerful Photoshop actions, graphics, and backgrounds that can be combined in thousands of different ways to produce custom albums clients will fall for instantly. Forget ready-designed album products that limit your creativity and number of pages and images, and drag-and-drop albums that don't offer much design capability. This product is the best of all dream worlds - fast, modular, efficient, and just what you and your client have been looking for. PERFECT FOR: • Any album company. Simply design the page and format for any size album • Designing loose prints for photo collages and matted albums • A lightning fast way to design a new marketing postcard or brochures with just the amount of graphics


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