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Photography Borders for PhotoshopBoudoir Album Borders for PhotoshopBoudoir Photography Album BordersToday's fan share comes from Katie of Kate Leigh. She writes, "I wanted to add some elegance to an album I was designing for my client but I wanted to keep it simple. The Le Petit Jardin Borders were the perfect finishing touch. They gave the album a "finished" feel, without making it look overdone. Without them, the album just felt like it was lacking something. Thank you so much for giving me that simple design that just seems impossible to come up with on my own!

I've tried creating many design products myself but have found it nearly impossible. While I consider myself a creative person, there is definitely an art to design which I just apparently lack. Thanks to Design Aglow, I look as creative on the design front as I do on the photography front." Thanks for sharing, Katie! Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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