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Today's fan share comes from Julie of Julie C Butler Photography. She writes, "I used the Itty Bitty Baby Book templates and my favorite newborn session images to create a 5x5 & 8x8 Leather Album (JLee Peel & Stick Albums) I also added a linen texture to my prints when I ordered them to give them that high end look and feel. Oh WOW...I love these pieces! This product did not disappoint and is a HUGE seller in my studio for newborn clients. They love the uniqueness of this design as well as the beauty of the album once put together."

Thanks for the great share, Julie, and enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~




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