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20 Blog Post and Instagram Templates

Eye-catching blog post images will attract people to your blog and even convince them to return. The easiest way to create them is by using blog image templates. Image templates help you achieve a cohesive and professional look.

All image templates are fully editable and you can use them again and again. You can change the fonts and colors to match your branding and resize text and graphic elements (lines, borders) without losing quality.


What you'll receive:

  • 20 fully editable Photoshop files that are optimized for Pinterest (1000x1500px at 72dpi)
  • list of free fonts used in the sample photos
  • PDF guide with basic instructions
  • 20 sample blog post images (JPEG)

UPDATE: 20 Instagram image templates (1080x1080 at 72dpi)


All images and fonts used in the sample photos are free for personal and commercial use. You can easily replace the stock images with your own photos.


Please note that these images were created with Adobe Photoshop CC and require Adobe Photoshop CS5 or newer. Basic Photoshop knowledge is recommended.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

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