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We love to see when you take multiple templates and combine them to make something even more magnificent. Heidi of Heidi Peters Photography shares, "Many of my clients opt for digital files as part of their final portrait order. To give each client a custom look, I like to mix and match elements from different Design Aglow products. These cases were designed with Power of Neutral Patterns in the background --- so simple and fresh, without detracting from the client's imagery. I customized the colors to match their images and easily translated the same design elements for each client's disc, too.  I also used elements from the Poetry & Beauty Collages to create a cover with multiple images and a specialty "name tag". I love that I can deliver my clients a unique final product that is perfect just for them." Thanks for sharing Heidi! Enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree! To see each of the products used in the shop click the following: Power of Neutral Pattern Collection and Poetry & Beauty


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