another easy way to decorate your holiday images

Today we have another festive fan share from Stephanie of Stephanie Massey Photography. She shares, "My client wanted something very simple and small this year. We created a 4x6 flat card with one image on heavy weight cotton paper and used the beautifully simple Winter Wonderland Photo Overlays. I used their favorite image of their daughter on the front with the perfect sentiment for the season and the star on the back to give the text an elegant simple look. Our client loved this card as much as we did! We create so many beautiful custom cards every year with Design Aglow templates and love them all, but this year this simple little 4x6 card was the favorite in our studio. There is still time to get this card since Miller's ships overnight!" Thank you for sharing Stephanie! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way! From the Shop: Adorable and timely, romantic and thoughtful, this set of 22 must-have holiday overlays mix and match flawlessly to make your holiday portrait offerings even more relevant. Each easy-to-apply design is easily resizable to any dimension, which means you can customize children's portraits, cards, albums, and even gift tags beautifully, without losing precious studio time. PERFECT FOR: • Children's portraits • Marketing materials • Custom portrait designs • Holiday cards


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