The past year I have been really interested in creating printables for my blog.
From printable chalkboard signs, to calendars, cards, and banners, once you have the skills to begin printables, you can open up a world of content to bring to readers, personal household, or even a new business!
Unfortunately finding information on how make a professional printable is very scarce or complicated online. That means you could spend hours searching and still be lost- trust me, I looked. Which is why I am so excited to share with you my brand new e-book on How to make Printable. This e-book will save you time, effort and truely help you create a printable- TODAY!
I have combined my top tips with best programs to use and can help you get up and running with your very own printable in a matter of a few hours!
Who is this e-book for?
- Bloggers (content for sponsors and readers)
- Personal Use (creating at home cards, games, household planners and more)
- Social Media Managers (sharing for audience)
- Direct Sales (team printables, organization, and advertising)
What you will get:
- 23 Easy to follow color slides with Step by Step Instructions
- Screenshots so you won’t get lost while you are learning
- How to resize, recolor, and release vectors (<—plus whats a vector and where do I get it!)
- How to transfer and import for easy design
- How to to download in PDF and PNG form for upload on blog, store, or self
What you won’t get:
- Something that no one can accomplish- yes, you CAN do this
- Fluff and waste of time
As a free bonus, I have included a private link to a 30 minute video where I screen share exactly HOW its done, bringing the e-book to life on your own time.
Testimonials from actual customers
“I have never considered myself a creative person, so I didn’t think creating my own printables was something I could learn to do. Trisha’s guide was exactly what I needed to build confidence AND show me step-by-step how to create an end product I would feel comfortable showing on my websites and to clients. If you’ve been wanting to get into the printables business — or just want to add more value to your blog or website, you can’t go wrong with the method Trisha shares. Creating just one printable on your own will earn you back the money spent for this invaluable guide.” Linsey Knerl, LillePunkin.com
“If you want to make printables for your website, I highly recommend Trisha’s “How to Create a Printable” course. I have been able to increase my traffic dramatically and rank on Google search because I am creating useful cute printables for readers.” – FYIbyTina.com
“Trisha’s ebook taught me how to create my own printables with ease. I was excited to see the actionable steps to grabbing only the parts of images that I need and an easy way to use a tool I’ve been using for a while (Canva) to do something completely new!” – http://mycrazygoodlife.com
” Trisha Haas I made a printable last night and I can’t wait to share it (later today). Pretty proud of it! AND it’s for a mom central post so it totally makes the post relevant even after the giveaway on it is over!Thanks for doing that class and ebook!” – Leah, Diaries of a Domestic Goddess
“FINALLY got a chance to sit down and watch the printable e-book tutorial and I have to tell you I am SO excited to try it out. Trisha Haas you did a fantastic job of going step by step and making it very easy for everyone. Thank you!” – Mellisa MomLuck.com
“Did I do thaaaaaaaaat?” YES I DID! Remember my second printable I shared? Well, I got it printed as an 11×17! Whoop whoop!! I think it looks awesome and I did it myself! GO ME!” ~ Lori, SimplyCF.com
Know before you buy:
You will need access to the following free or trial programs to use this tutorial successfully. Please know this before purchasing!
- Canva.com – Canva is an amazing website that allows the ease and customization of PDF files, social media graphics, e-books (like this one!) and much much more. There is a free version and a paid version. You can easily use the free version, however, if you find yourself making a lot of Printables, I recommend upgrading to Canva for Work as it will save custom fonts and color schemes.
- FreePik.com: FreePik is one of the many places online to get images and vectors for use. Much of their work is available free with proper credit but restrictions apply. I pay for the premium version which allows me to use graphics with no credit. Premium access is yearly or monthly if you choose to upgrade.
- Adobe Illustrator: Adobe Illustrator is how you unlock your vectors, change colors and resize your graphics. It’s a very powerful software and the easiest, in my opinion, to work with. Cost depends on if you are month to month or a year payment, with discounts offered to students. They also offer a FREE 7 trial to test out the program.
BUY HERE NOW with INSTANT download and get started today!