beautiful embellishments for client albums

Today's share comes from Kyla of Selah Images.  She writes, "I use the Text Accessories: Classic Collection as embellishments when I am designing albums and books for my clients, especially my wedding clients. There are several that you can put next to one other and build them into beautiful edges. I LOVE to use the Text Accessories in my album and book design. They add a beautiful pen-and-ink feel to the pages. I especially love to use them in black on a white background or in gold on a black background. My clients love the romantic feel that these embellishments add! I have brides request that I use some in their wedding album after seeing them in a sample. Thank you so much for all of the beautiful products that you offer!

Thanks for the great share, Kyla, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate~

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