products that play nicely together

Take five fancy Design Aglow templates, pair it with one innovative photographer and what do you get? These adorable cards that were created by Leah of Leah Simmers Photography. Leah used our: Holiday Cards Couture Collection, Mr. Big, Whimsy Collection Borders, and Blog Boards: Magazine Style, proving that four is also better then one. Combine our templates with a little imagination and you'll be creating original products in no time!

We love your creativity Leah, thanks for sharing! Now go get your shop on with a $75 gift certificate! From the shop (Mr. Big Album): The high school yearbook for seniors is an amazing testament to a year filled with memories to last. Still, since Graduation Day is about your special clients, what better way to celebrate a senior's portrait session than with Design Aglow's Mr. Big Album? It's an album””but what's more, it's a guest book with areas for fun questions and space for friends and family to pen fond memories. Love the 20 professionally created layouts but don't need a guest book? No problem! Simply replace text with your favorite images using our simple actions. A perfect way to bring added revenue to your business, this album template graduates, with honors. PERFECT FOR: • Photo mats • Cards • Canvases • Image boxes • Seniors • Engagement • Kids


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