Easily Create Gorgeous And Memorable Keepsakes

Easily Create Gorgeous And Memorable Keepsakes

Today's fun share comes from Jordan of Jordan Hebl Photography. She writes, "I used the Alphabet Frames to make a word collage, which I printed with Mpix. I then added memorabilia from four of our favorite vacations to make shadow boxes inspired by your project by Ashley Campbell. These frames now hang in a main hallway in our house and my family loves walking by them daily and reminiscing those great vacation memories. I am frequently visiting the Design Aglow website for inspiration. Thank you for continuing to inspire me as a photographer."

Thanks for the great share, Jordan! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~

Click here to check out the Alphabet Frames in the shop and create your own work of art!

It's a frame up of the highest order (alphabetical). Now, with twenty six upper-case reasons to celebrate, simply choose a letter (or a few), and marry with the perfect images for everything from fun initials to special occasions. Simply insert any image with the click of a button. Photoshop's fabulous automation also makes spelling fast and easy. Perfect for cards, customer appreciation, or anything else you can think of, now telling someone to “take a letter” takes on a whole new meaning! Score a set today for your own claim to frame.

PERFECT FOR:
• baby announcements
• thank you cards
• children's canvases
• album covers
• marketing materials
• invitations
• website design
• gift prints

PRODUCT DETAILS:
• A set of the entire alphabet letters in uppercase.
• Easy to use action creates any letter and adds your image in less than a minute.
• Layered Photoshop PSD files (10x10 @ 300 dpi) included for unlimited customization.


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