purse sized client gifts: accordion albums

Clever products that shine with creativity help show clients that your profession is rooted in art. Today's fan share from Dana Laymon Photography is a great example! Dana says, "I simply plugged the images into the Visual Poetry Accordion Album template in Photoshop where the images holders were in the design. Then I uploaded and ordered the album. It's so simple and the design is so modern. I love that you get multiple designs with this template and they can all be edited to fit your brand. It also works seamlessly with most vendors that offer this product. All you have to do is upload it! I'm not a designer so it's nice to have the hard work done for you! My clients love these. They're just small enough that they're perfect for a purse or small gift. I'll surprise my clients with one of these if they purchase a larger album. Then they want to order more as gifts for their family!"

Thanks for sharing, Dana, and enjoy your $75 gift code in our shop~




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