Put your most professional foot forward with our "Born Yesterday" baby announcements

For a compilation that features all the pomp and panache a parent can fancy, Design Aglow is proud to deliver the Born Yesterday Collection. This lively set is delicate enough to spotlight the most charming little subjects in graceful graphic layouts, but also versatile enough to serve as multipurpose cards for other exciting events and occasions.

Our excitingly varied and fully customizable cards allow you to instantly create email-able artwork to help your clients showcase their precious new addition. And, with multiple card style variations there’s sure to be something for everyone.

Born Yesterday Announcements at a glance:
• 6 distinguished card styles for versatile show-and-sell options (5x7 flat)
• Layered Photoshop PSD files for quick and simple customizing
• Appealing layouts that make for incredibly beautiful imagery and easy selling

Click here to save 20% with intro pricing for a limited time!

*Special thanks to Aimee Cook Photography, Eline Visscher Fotografie, Shannon Elizabeth Photography and White Salt Photography for the lovely images in our samples.


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