happy mother's day!

Today's 'Mother's Day' inspired fan share comes to us from Kyung of Yellowhale Photography, Inc. She writes, "I used the Letterpress Look - Multipurpose Card Collection to make a 'Mother's Day special gift certificate' - the gift of custom photography. I ordered them as 5x7 folded press printed cards through PRODPI. I love that the design is timeless, simple and goes with my brand and other products very well. One of my darling clients asked for a Mother's Day gift certificate on Monday, so I turned to Design Aglow for assistance. Finished the design, ordered that afternoon, final product was delivered to the studio on Wednesday and shipped it out to clients the same day. My client was one very HAPPY husband and he will definitely get a happier wife on Sunday. Another session guaranteed! This multi-purpose card collection is always handy - you can do so much with it. Birth announcement, any printing material for marketing, album design and much more. You name it! And when you use your amazing design - there is no doubt that it will come out perfect! LOVE LOVE LOVE! I am known as not only a great photographer to our clients, but also an amazing custom designers... all because of Design Aglow!" Thanks for sharing, Kyung! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree in the Design Aglow store~


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