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For a delicately curated look for your most particular clients, look no further than Design Aglow's luxurious Hand Drawn Bohemian Collection Photo Frames. With a simple and arty hand-rendered look, these flowery frames are timeless and inspiring. Hand Drawn Photo Frames: Bohemian Collection at a glance: • Six beguiling floral frames • Sized as 16x20 inch files • Partially layered PSD files for simple modifications (background, image layer, hand-drawn frame) Surround your clients in gypsy chic with any of these six customizable looks. A great enhancement for any portrait session ”“ seniors with uncompromising taste, trendy new parents, or hip grandparents. Your clients will relish our Hand Drawn Bohemian Photo Frames on canvas, cards and invitations, digital and printed mats, album covers, and anything else that could use some unconventional charm. Special thanks to Melanie Leighton Photography, Amii Wroblewski Photography, Arden Prucha Photography, and Veronica Reeve Photography for providing us with the beautiful images! Click here to see them in the shop!  


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