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I am asked frequently on how to add a design to a mockup in PicMonkey. So today I am going to walk you through how to do that! But first, did you know, you can use many programs to make mockups such as silhouette, inkscape, photoshop, illustrator and that's just to name a few?! It's true, and I will be doing a blog post on those programs soon!
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Now...if you are new to this, you may be asking yourself what is a mockup and why would I need mockups for my business. Mockups are to help show your customers what a finished product looks like before they purchase it. Save time and money by using mockups so you don't make products that may or may not sell.
Before we get started you will need a PicMonkey account, a Design and a Mockup. You can use your own or check out Morgan Day Designs Here. Let's get started.
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Understanding cutting and printing file formats, which ones are included with my designs and details on how to use each one. If you have purchased any of my designs or grabbed any of my freebies, then chances are you've noticed all the file formats that I offer with each design. You may be asking yourself, why all the file choices and why would anyone need a file type other than the SVG or DXF file to use with their Cricut or Silhouette machine and software? If so, that is a great question and I will touch base on all of that.