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Design Aglow templates are meant to make your life easier, so that you can spend less time in front of your computer and more time doing what you love - shooting and spending time with your family! Jessie of J. Passon Artistic Portraiture shares, "I use Design Aglow templates for my own personal projects as much as I do for my business. Last month we had a joint birthday party for two of our daughters and when designing the invitation, thank you cards and various signs for the party I went right to my Design Aglow templates. Knowing that several of the guests are clients of my studio as well, I like to make sure that what I create and produce is professional all around. One of my very favorite features of the Design Aglow templates is that I can use just one element of a design layout if I want to, I don't have to use the whole template if it doesn't fit my need. Bringing a few different elements from different Design Aglow templates really allows me to create a unique piece, whether it is for my client or myself. I was able to use a border from the Kiss and Tell Borders, an element and a background design from the Multipurpose Cards: Letterpress Look templates and then a Text Accessory to create a custom invitation, thank you note and signs for the party tables. I quickly customized the colors for each and was able to maintain consistency and a 'WOW' impact! Friends and clients raved about the invitation, thank you notes and how everything pulled together. A special thanks to Design Aglow for helping me impress those closest to me...and my studio!"




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