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woodland delight DVD case & disc

Hand-drawn illustrations of gentle forest friends adorn this lovely template, and add a fresh addition to your studio's newborn offerings. Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography shares, "I took the cover design of the Woodland Delight Album and modified it to work as a super adorable and wonderfully designed DVD Case and Disc. Just because a client purchases the digital files, doesn't mean I cannot make it look gorgeous so it becomes a display piece to showcase their images. I love how easy it was to convert this to a DVD Case and Disc design while still keeping the option to create matching pieces in case the client orders more. I'm all about continuity! The clients loved the design so much because their nursery was a woodland theme. They were so impressed, in fact, that they came back a few weeks later to order the matching album! I was thrilled!!" Thanks for sharing, Liz! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~


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