70 reasons to love this collage!

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We love when products are customized to create a completely new product while incorporating the same amazing design elements. Today we have a lovely share from Jennifer of Jennifer Lee Weddings who shares how she created two products from the same template, "I used the 70 Reasons to Love Me template to create a 20x20 print and had it mounted in on white styrene and framed. I offer this collage to my brides and they love this pretty and unique offering! I also offer it as a 40x40 to my clients.

The other way I use the template is by creating wedding business cards with them. I put one entire wedding on the template so that potential brides can immediately see a sampling of my images. I have them printed on 3x3 business cards and give them to potential brides and place them in my wedding packets. I love this product because it is so versatile; I can use it for sessions (engagements, newborns, etc) as well as weddings. I love to offer unique products to my clients and this is one way that allows me to do that. I also love the look of my wedding business cards, people always comment on them when they pick them up and I think they help me stand apart from the crowd."
Thank you so much for sharing Jennifer! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop!
Click here to see 70 Reasons to Love Me in the shop!



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