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Fleur Book Marketing Card Photoshop Template For Photographers

Today we have a fabulous fan share showcasing the Sweet 16 Fleur collage. Melanie of Melanie Alsdorf Photography shares, "I used the floral images from the Sweet 16 Fleur to add design elements to my thank you cards and gift certificates and the shapes to feature some photos on my business cards. This template is so versatile. I have used it for collages, save the date cards and now my business marketing materials. As with all Design Aglow products, it is easy to modify and customize for so many uses!" Thanks so much for sharing Melanie! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree 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. PERFECT FOR: • Weddings • Portraits • Marketing and advertising • Special events • Valentine cards and canvases • Save the date cards • Album covers • Framed collages and canvases • Vendor gifts


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