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We love when you all take templates designed for one product and use them for something completely different! Liz of Elizabeth and Jane Photography shares, "I used the Style 3 from the Glowlicious Holiday Card set to create beautiful yet fun wedding products. I used the elements to create a 10x10 book cover printed at VisionArt as well as a CD Case, DVD disc, 5x5 folded Thank You Cards and 3x3 mini books printed at WHCC. It was so easy and quick to create designs from the templates and it really fit the couple's fun wedding. And a bonus: the colours fit perfectly so I didn't have to change anything (except make the orange a bit more pink). I even used the same font from the inside of the card for the bride and groom's names.
The clients LOVED the design and approved it with absolutely no changes whatsoever. I got an email back within hours of sending their initial design saying how much they loved the colours and beautiful the design was. That's a winner in my books!" Thank you so much for sharing Liz! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way! Click here to check out the Glowlicious Holiday Cards in the shop!



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