Sweet 16 Fleur Collage Makes A Perfect Gift For Clients

Sweet 16 Fleur Collage Makes A Perfect Gift For Clients

Today we have a fan share that adds that extra special flourish. Janel of Janel KG Photographer shares, "I used the Sweet 16 Fleur collage template to create this stunning 20x20 canvas for one of my high school seniors! I omitted the flower designs and was left with this clean, pretty layout. I also used the template to make a guide for my seniors. I printed it on a 5x5 trifold card, and it includes session information, what to wear advice, and product info. I love the simplicity of the design, but the gentle curves of the shapes add interest without making it busy. It's perfect for those clients who have a hard time choosing just a few favorites from their session. This design allows them to choose all of their faves, and they end up with fabulous art for their wall!" Thank you for sharing Janel! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop!
From the shop: The latest and greatest offering based on Design Aglow's best selling Sweet 16 template, this mod, multi-purpose, shapely collage template is perfect for any reason and season. Simply insert desired images, text, color, or patterns into the template, and watch creativity and sales blossom. Perfect for everything from weddings, engagements, general marketing and advertising, you'll add a spring to your step with these perfectly placed petals.



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