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Today's share comes to us from Jennifer of Jennifer Halen Photography. She writes, "Creating my custom Size Sample Wall was a piece of cake. I simply added my brand and photos and voila! I not only have a wonderful display of some of my favorite photos, but I also have a fabulous selling tool. The Size Sample wall cling has been so effective in helping my clients visualize the size of their prints. Many think twice about ordering that 8x10 print especially when they see how dinky it is compared to a 24x30 print. I am confident that the cost of my investment will be pennies compared to the increased profit in my print and product sales as a result of this great tool!

I also purchased the Essential Studio Workflow Assistant. With the whiteboard, I customized the descriptions of the workflow steps to fit my needs. I also added my brand and changed the colors a bit. I love all things vintage so I decided to make this a photographic print and placed it behind glass in a vintage frame. Now it functions as a dry erase board and keeps me organized and on my toes with all of my photography projects. All in all, I couldn't be happier with my purchases!" Thanks for sharing, Jennifer! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~


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