create unique gifts with visual poetry accordion albums

Visual Poetry Accordion Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 1Visual Poetry Accordion Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 2 Sometimes with running a photography business, time slips by and you find yourself in a bind for your own photo gifts to family members. Jessie of J.Passon Artistic Portraiture shares how she used the Accordion Album Collection: Visual Poetry to create her own unique Mothers' Day gifts,  "Running a business and being a mom of two little girls and a baby, time is precious. As yet another holiday quickly approached, I was trying to think of what quick yet thoughtful gift to send to their grandmothers for Mother's Day. Taking a cue from my clients who have given these as gifts in the past, I decided to do a mini accordion along with a mounted 5x7 print of my three daughters together. Of course the first place I went was my Design Aglow files and right to my Visual Poetry template set. I love how simple yet elegant the designs are and they are so easy to customize! I have one client who has ordered mini accordions from each session to give as gifts and I think it is such a great idea.

I pride myself in being a photographer that only offers high quality products that I myself would purchase and the mini accordion with a customized template is no exception! Thank you so much for making templates that are great for professional and personal use--myself and my clients thank you!" Thank you so much for sharing Jessie! Your $75 gift certificate to the shop is on its way! From the shop: Looking for the perfect presentation to wow with or without words? Now, with our new 3x3 accordion albums, you can give your biggest fans (your clients) even more reason to swoon. Easy to transport, these five distinctive mini album designs are perfect for everything from add-ons to client gift incentives to the perfect baby announcement or bridesmaid gift. What's more, clients will carry them everywhere and promote your work, (be sure to add your studio name to the back for the referrals). A lovely keepsake to give (or to keep), every page is a study in classic beauty. Order your own slice of Paradise Found today.


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