make DVD covers that shine with the glowlicious templates

Today we have another reason our templates are so versatile. Hollie of Rubigirl Photography shares how she turned the Glowlicious templates into DVD covers, "I love love love the flexibility that Design Aglow products allow. I've had the Holiday Cards - Glowlicious templates for a while and initially used them as holiday card options for my clients. Recently I've had a need to provide a much more tailored way of giving my clients their photo cd's and have found these templates to be the perfect solution. Thank you so much for making marketing a beautiful and easy way to grow my business!" Thank you for sharing these with us Hollie! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! From the shop: ”˜Tis the season to be chic with these bold and fun cards from the merry elves at Design Aglow. Six delectable designs hoist holiday merriment to an electric new level. Perfect for the holidays, birthdays, open houses or any occasion, these fully customizable bits of welcome will not only boost your sales, they'll make spirits bright. No need for mistletoe””clients will kiss you when they feast their eyes on these sugarplum sweets. PERFECT FOR: • Holiday cards • Two sided postcards • 5x7 folded cards • Event invitations • Marketing materials


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