Pinterest is such a visual medium, and oftentimes our Pinterest boards are works of art in themselves—which makes it hard to pin great content if it doesn’t come with a good pin design. Your pins’ designs could be losing you traffic.
I hate passing over great content because of how the pins are designed—and I want to do more than feel bad, I want to help!
So, first, check out this post on the top five pin design mistakes I see on Pinterest. Second, please download my free Canva pin templates—a $20 value! They will help you avoid some of the aforementioned mistakes, and they come with a PDF instructional full of helpful tips on using them.
16 fully editable and customizable Pinterest pin templates
High-resolution (2000 x 3000 px)
Designed for ease of use, with snapping to help center text perfectly, both horizontally and vertically.
Labelled to help you figure out which template to use for each piece of content (e.g. this pin features a longer title; that pin really focuses on your picture)
Subscribe to my email list below to stay in the loop about new templates, and gain access to this awesome freebie! Being on my list isn’t a huge commitment, I promise—I will pop into your inbox no more than once or twice per month (or, let’s be honest, probably less often), and I will frequently come bearing more gifts!