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Flower Decoration Templates for PhotoshopToday's fan share comes from Rachel of Opdahl Photography. She writes, "My little girl turned five and wanted a 'flower party'. So, I started brainstorming how I could make her party beautiful and I immediately thought of Design Aglow! I have purchased many of your products in the past and just love how they are so interchangeable and versatile. As I started going through my library of Design Aglow products, I came across the Secret Crush Senior Graduation Cards. They were perfect for several of my party items. I just moved a few things around, personalized some colors, added my own text and voila! I soon had the perfect invite, party printable cupcake toppers/thank you tags, and a birthday banner. Then, I quickly transformed the Designer Frames into beautiful label cards for the various food items on the treat table. They are so pretty! Everything by Design Aglow is so easy and fun to use. Sometimes I think I need to keep taking clients just to fund my Design Aglow addiction! Thank you so much. You did it again Design Aglow!"

Thanks for sharing, Rachel, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate~




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