simple, fun & whimsical: hand drawn photo frames

hand drawn photo frames for image boxesToday's share comes to us from Amanda of MrDrew Photography. She writes, "We were looking for a doodled, hand drawn frame element for our website and couldn't find anything we liked. Then I stumbled upon Design Aglow's Hand Drawn Photo Frames and I knew it was what we needed. We are currently updating our printed marketing materials and plan on using the frames as well. We just went live with our new website design using the Hand Drawn Photo Frames. We've also used them to create an image box with mounted images from a newborn session. We love the little bit of whimsy they add to our website and think they can be used in so many situations. It's a product you can tweak and use over and over again in so many situations. We also like that their are a variety of styles of frames. We really like the scalloped frame (and use it the most on our website) but we also think the other designs are great. I envision an album using the frames to highlight the photos and add a bit of fun without being too much and distracting from the images. We've gotten really great feedback on our website, clients think it's fun and different. Our clients (and close friends) loved the image box we created for them. They love being able to change up the display of images and we created it so we had room to add new mounted prints from the rest of the sessions from this year. At the end they will have a great keepsake of prints from the entire first year of their sons life." Thanks for the great share, Amanda! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree~


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