Having unique, luxury keepsake items is one of the valuable ways you can set your studio far above the rest. Design Aglow wants to make this as easy as possible for you by offering high-end products that will always pay for themselves within the first or second use. Jessie of J. Passon Artistic Portraiture shares her success story using our products:
"Design Aglow has been one of the best "continual" investments that I have made over the years. The sale from a newborn session a few months ago is the perfect example. Using Design Aglow templates I was able to create a completely cohesive set of products for my client: 30x30 canvas, mini accordion, an 8x10 print box with mounted prints that featured borders, a birth announcement and custom DVD case.
By being able to customize the design elements and use the same colors in all of the products, I was able to pull together a variety of different templates to make it look as if they were all meant to be together. There is no way I would have the time, energy or talent to dream this up from scratch. Using Design Aglow templates allows me to put my creative touch on the final product and showcase the client's images. When I utilize Design Aglow templates I am able to achieve higher sales and create a high end look that reflects my brand and style.
My client could not stop raving about each proof she saw through the design process and she was actually sad when the designing was done! She got over that quickly as she knew the actual products would be in her hand very soon. When the products arrived, my client was floored! With Design Aglow I was able to surpass all expectations of my client--and myself! Thank you!!"
Thanks so much for sharing, Jessie! Enjoy your $75 gift code in our shop~
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