custom children's portrait album for photoshop

custom photo album template for photoshopToday's share comes from Toki of Toki Lee Photography.  She writes, "I saw endless possibilities in my head when I came across DA's 'Endless Possibilities' collage template and I was right! I used the template as a starting point for designing a 6x6 press printed album. I incorporated just a couple of design elements from the Trend Alert Multipurpose Cards and I am quite pleased with the end result. The templates are so versatile and very easy to customize, and the clean design of the collate template keeps the focus on the images. Thank you DA.... I'm a fan for life! I love the way Design Aglow's templates allow me the freedom to customize each product I create... from albums to cards to marketing materials. The simplicity & clean designs add a flair of sophisticated timelessness.... something I would not be able to design on my own. Every album I design is customized and as you know, album design can be a very time consuming process. Using Design Aglow's templates as a starting point makes it so much easier to complete the project from start to finish and I can't help but love that! Thanks DA!!" Thanks for the great share, Toki! Enjoy your $75 shop credit~


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