fine art photo borders are the perfect addition to accordion cards

Today's fan share showcases two different templates that worked seamlessly together. When paired with an accordion card template, the finished product turned out beautifully! Kelly of Kelly Janssen Photography shares, "I used Objects Of My Affection and the Magic Potion Art Borders to create our 2011 Christmas Cards and they came out incredibly well! The templates allowed me to create a unique and creative presentation which complimented the elements of the shoot perfectly. I designed them with the accordion press card template and received rave reviews from family and friends!"

Thank you so much for sharing Kelly! Please enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! From the shop: Objects of My Affection Developing innovative images is a snap; simply slide in any picture. We even include an optional vintage texture layer to age your image instantly. What are you waiting for? Capture yours today! Magic Potion Art Borders Looking for a new way to make images more magical? Thanks to the Design Aglow alchemists, now you can enjoy a little extra charm to your images. Layered, so pictures can be dropped right in, these eight otherworldly additions to your repertoire not only turn your ho-hum images into hot shots, they add value to coveted client favorites as well. PERFECT FOR: • Canvases • Wall galleries • Metallic prints • Books and albums • Cards • Marketing materials


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