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Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 1Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 2Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 3Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 4Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 5Heirloom Baby Album 6 NewHeirloom Baby Album 7 NewHeirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 8Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 9Heirloom Baby Album Photoshop Template For Photographers 10 For quick and easy artistic studio offerings that add value for your clients without snagging hours of precious time from your schedule, Design Aglow presents our elegantly arranged Heirloom Baby Album template that every new parent will covet. This darling keepsake gives your photography a home that is breathtakingly beautiful and offers an inspired way to sell your artwork as a family keepsake. • 30 pages of gorgeous high-quality templates for a keepsake baby book • Inspired fill-in-the-blank ideas for detailing baby's first moments and milestones • Fully customizable template features for personalizing to each client • Bundled actions for easy image integration The only things that could be possibly be cuter than this adorable album template are your tiny tots themselves. Click here to see it in the shop!




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