Announcing: A Week of Epic Giveaways From Design Aglow (and our amazing partners)

This is big. Really big. To toast the launch of our newly redesigned website (have you seen it? we're still on cloud nine), Design Aglow is hosting an entire week of giveaways. We want to celebrate you, our loyal customers and creative community, by offering over $2500 in gifts from our favorite partners. ProDPI, Preveal, Squarespace, The Define School, and ONA Bags are all in on the fun; check our blog daily from June 3-7 for details on how to enter. You can also sign up for the Design Aglow newsletter to receive contest information and prizes! P. S. Make sure to tell your friends about Design Aglow's mega giveaway series by sharing this post on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. After all, the more the merrier. (Photo credit: Tanja Lippert Photography)


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