sweet 16 fleur creates a simple way to upsell collages

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Today we have another creative way to create a photo collage with add-ons! Dana of Dana Laymon Photography shares, "I simply opened the Sweet 16 Fleur files sent from Design Aglow in Photoshop and inserted the pictures I wanted to use into the template. I ordered my canvases from Mpix: a 10x10 for the 3 small canvases and a 16x16 for the larger canvas. I love that everything about the templates are customizable. I left the original template as is to create the 16x16 canvas collage and then chose 3 of the sections and made them their own 10x10 file to have them printed as individual canvases. You could even make a collection of 9 individual canvases and hang them 3 by 3! This way the client can hang the large collage canvas in one area and the collection of the smaller canvases in another. The design makes it so easy for selling!
I wanted a unique product to offer my clients that could be used for any type of photography: wedding, engagement, boudoir, children, etc. This template is so diverse and matches my branding so well - I couldn't wait to use it! It's customizable in every way and I love that. Even though you're buying one product, you can make it into so much more. My clients have loved these! It's such a pleasing design to look at and fits in with all types of decorating styles. They were so thrilled to see the final product." Thank you so much for sharing Dana! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! Click here to see the Sweet 16 Fleur in the shop!



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