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Custom Photo DVD Cases for Professional PhotographersCustom CD/DVD Cases for PhotographersDecorative DVD Case Templates for PhotoshopToday's share comes from Julie of Julie C Butler Photography.  She writes, "I wanted something unique and different for my DVD cases so I used the Visual Poetry Accordion Albums and the Itty Bitty Baby Books. These templates are so versatile and I knew I could customize something special with them for the DVD cases. My client LOVED them so much they almost cried!!"

Thanks for the great share, Julie, and enjoy your $75 shop credit~

Looking for the perfect presentation to wow with or without words? Now, with our new 3x3 accordion albums, you can give your biggest fans (your clients) even more reason to swoon. Easy to transport, each of these distinctive mini album designs are perfect for everything from add-ons to client gift incentives to the perfect baby announcement or bridesmaid gift. What's more, clients will carry them everywhere and promote your work, (be sure to add your studio name to the back for the referrals). A lovely keepsake to give (or to keep), every page is a study in classic beauty. Click here to see the Visual Poetry designs and here for the Itty Bitty Baby Book designs.




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