Best Tools to Help Your Print on Demand Business
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I love Canva! It’s is such a great tool to make awesome graphics quickly and easily. It’s an online-based graphic design tool that comes with hundreds of fonts, design elements, and photos. It also comes with endless templates to give you a jump start when you are feeling a creative block.
I have the paid version, as I use it for so much more than just my print on demand designs, and it is totally worth it.
However, the free version is great as well, with some limitations. The main limitations I found was that they limit the size of the document you can create and the limited fonts.
I used the free version for months before deciding to get the full version, they also offer a 30 day free trial of the pro version which you can check out here.
Most people know about the Adobe programs. The 3 most beneficial for a Print on Demand business are Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom.
See stock photo examples below.
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