easy elegance baby announcement

Photoshop Baby Announcement TemplateOur fan share today comes from Laura of Laura Murray Photography. She writes, "My client placed a large order with me and I wanted to give her something additional to say THANK YOU! One of the items she purchased was a proof book. I used the Easy Elegance Borders on each page of the proof book (not included in the photos). My "something extra", however, was a set of 25 4x6 baby announcements with envelopes. I took my favorite border from Easy Elegance, put it on the back of the baby announcement, and made a collage with the baby's name, birthday, and birth weight on the front. I like the borders because it gives an extra something to the photos and spices up things like baby announcements." Thanks for the lovely share, Laura! Enjoy your $75 shop credit on us~


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