contest: what's on your design aglow wish list for 2012?

Design Aglow is making three wishes come true every day with our Wish List Contest! Check out how you can be one of the lucky daily winners below::

Wish List Contest:

Did you know that each of our products in the shop now have their own Facebook "like" button? It is so easy to flag your favorite products just by clicking their "like" buttons. Tell us what you are wishing for this new year!

How to Enter:

1. “Like” the Design Aglow Facebook Page 2. Press the "like” button under five of your favorite products in the shop. 3. Comment below this post with a link to your facebook wall (so we can see your favorite products!) *Remember: you don't have to list your top five products in the comments section, just a link to your facebook wall. We'll choose three random winners every day for the next 10 days to receive one of their Wish List products! You may enter once per day by leaving another comment on the blog post. And there's more: Link to this contest over the next 10 days (and show us your link in the comments) for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to the Design Aglow shop! Daily Winners - if your name is listed please send us your email at support@designaglow.com within 48 hours to receive your dream product! Tuesday 01/03 Melissa Chartier Surprise - Client Order Planning Guide: Fine Art Photography Galleries Jessica Ramsey - Studio Newsletters: Portrait Collection Karla Laura Smith - Blog & Print Inspiration Boards: Magazine Style A special thank you for the extra shout-outs!: Simone Gehrig Hanckel - Ultimate Album Builder Wednesday 01/04 Samara Katzman Hutcheson - The Style Guide: Families Maggie J Ewald - A Year of Marketing: Playful Calendar Collection Fueza Dos Reis - Boudie Call: Boudoir Collection Thursday 01/05 Jennifer Clifton Gentry - The Modern Family Album Belinda Fanjul Olsen - The Style Guide: Engagement Sessions Heidi Sonick Lewis - Studio Newsletters: The Comprehensive Collection Friday 01/06 Kathy Mohney Wolfe - Complete Online Branding Kit: Backyard Picnic Jeanie Ow - Inspire Me Cards: A Modern Posing Guide for Kids Sunny Jones - Essential Studio Workflow Assistant Saturday 01/07 Melissa Arlena Jeffcoat - The Style Guide: Engagement Sessions Melinda Wieser Tuttle - Essential Studio Workflow Assistant Alicia Cervenka - Photographer's Social Media Bundle: Get Noticed Sunday 01/08 Bethany Giannini - Studio Newsletters: Portrait Collection Carrie Vines - Blog & Print Inspiration Boards: Magazine Style Amanda Hill Leatherberry - Pocket Marketing: Charming Calendar Collection Monday 01/09 Camille Akers Blinn - Studio Email Assistant Brooke Bowland - Client Care Cards Chelsea Giles - Mr. Big: The Ultimate Studio Product Tuesday 01/10 Becca Arthur Woods - The Museum Album Kimarie Martin - Studio Email Assistant Cathy Snyder MacMillan - Photographer's Web Marketing Guide Wednesday 01/11 Stephanie Smith - Complete Online Branding Kit: Oh Baby Tammy Lawson Chavies - Le Petit Jardin: 8 Page Brochure Skye Devoe - Inspire Me Cards: A Modern Posing Guide for Siblings Thursday 01/12 Sarah Lee Williams - Inspire Me Cards: Modern Engagement Posing Guide Carina Thornton - Accordion Album Collection: Visual Poetry Susan Watson Peck - The Style Guide: Families Grand prize $100 gift certificate: Courtney Jade


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