vintage album to beautiful showcase your session

Today's share comes from Toki of Toki Lee Photography. She writes, "I wanted to make a keepsake book from a recent 'vintage' inspired family session held at Griffith Observatory and Traveltown in Los Angeles. I had so much fun putting this book together and I couldn't believe how quickly I was able to complete this project! The Mr. Big Album has sections for signatures since it was originally designed as a guestbook, but it was SO easy to replace those sections with my images. I really love the way this book turned out and it's a great way to showcase all of our favorites images from this session. It was very easy to create my book from start to finish in absolutely no time! I love how Design Aglow's products not only save me precious time, but you guys also make me look so good! Thanks DA!"

We love this fun vintage album, Toki! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~




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