add valentine overlays for that extra special touch

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Today we have an adorable way to use the Valentine Overlays! It's right around the corner, but there's no reason you still can't create cards for friends/family to send after the big day! Still don't think you have enough time? Add some of these elements to our Facebook Timeline Covers to give your clients as add-on gifts!  Courtney of Courtney Ortiz Photography shares, "Just coming off my maternity leave I wanted to create a fun custom Valentine card for my own kids that could be used for them as well as a unique marketing piece to send to my favorite clients. The True Love Valentine Overlays did the trick. Design is definitely not one of my strengths, so a couple of ideas in the included inspiration guide, images of my kiddos in the studio, a bag of Tootsie Pops and the Valentines Cards were complete. For the back of my son's card, I used the linen jpg from the Mr. Big storyboard and the polaroid from one of the Visual Poetry designs. I had the cards printed at WHCC on linen paper and they were at my door in two days. I love Design Aglow products. They are super easy to use, and definitely give my studio a competitive edge even when the products are used "right out of the box" with little customizing." Thank you so much for sharing Courtney! Your $75 gift certificate to the shop is on it's way! Check out the Valentine Overlays: True Love in the shop!


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