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create intriguing posts with magazine style blog boards

Blog boards are all the rage this year at Design Aglow! They make blogging fun and fabulous, as Kelly of Kelly Anderson Photo Design shares, "I wanted to share how I've used the Magazine Style Blog Boards! I adapted to fit my own style and LOVE the look. This is a great tool for making blog posts look more interesting. These boards are a series I put together for a recent newborn session."

From the shop: Because there's nothing quite like the clean, perfect use of white space, the luscious lines of flowing text, and the robustness of a well-conceived layout, Design Aglow is proud to present Magazine Style blog and print inspiration boards. Simply drop desired images in, and you're ready to go. Save time with 15 layered blog templates, and play while you publish, knowing we've got the divine design you have in mind””without the grind. What's Included: • 15 blog templates, each with text layers. • Bundled action makes inserting images fully automatic. Just click play, and enjoy finished products in no time. • Fully layered Photoshop .psd files for unlimited customizations. • Includes bonus InDesign templates for speedy drag-and-drop workflow. • Vector designs may be printed as large as you like


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