mr. big collage template in action

mr. big collage template in action

Today's fan share comes from Elena of Elena K Photography. She writes, "I used the Mr. Big template, changing the background color and using photos of my daughter. I had the file printed on heavy cotton and then created a blanket with the custom fabric using a light wadding fabric to fill and a plain white cotton fabric for the backing. I plan on offering these blankets to my portrait and wedding clients (great christening and anniversary gifts!) as a special and unique product. So far, everyone who has seen this blanket wanted one as well.  I love it because it's so unique! It's beautiful and useful at the same time."

Thanks for sharing, Elena! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~




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