Beautify Your Blog With Easy, Professional Blog Boards

Beautify Your Blog With Easy, Professional Blog Boards



The magazine style blog boards are a huge hit with clients after photo sessions ”“ they add a sense of professionalism to your blog posts while keeping content exciting and fresh! Evelyn of Freckles Photography writes, “I photographed a round of mini sessions in our local small town with the theme of “Main Street Modern”. After the sessions I used the Blog & Print Inspiration Boards: Magazine Style Series 1 templates to blog a few of the families. They were so easy to create and look amazing! These clients and my followers loved the look of the templates! They commented that my blog looks so much more professional now. I even had people from out of state inquiring about a session!”

From the shop: Because there's nothing quite like the clean, perfect use of white space, the luscious lines of flowing text, and the robustness of a well-conceived layout, Design Aglow is proud to present Magazine Style blog and print inspiration boards. Simply drop desired images in, and you're ready to go. Save time with 15 layered blog templates, and play while you publish, knowing we've got the divine design you have in mind...without the grind.

PERFECT FOR:

• Weddings

• Portraits

• Marketing and advertising

• Special events




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