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How to Customize Editable DIY Templates

You’ll find a variety of editable DIY templates are included in our membership plan, from wedding invitations to s’more kits. My goal is to offer fun and personal designs you can tweak yourself, at a price you can afford.

I put a lot of time into my templates and tutorials in an effort to make things as transparent as possible before a membership is purchased.

You may notice some of the downloads include both PDF templates and PNG or JPG files. This is because I began selling templates back in 2014, and at the time only offered flattened designs (PNG or JPG) where custom text could be added on top of. However, in 2015, I began offering editable PDF templates to make the process easier. You can change the sample text using the latest version of Adobe Reader or Acrobat. You can even download Adobe Reader here for free if you don’t already have it.

Video: How to Edit PDF Templates

How to Edit PNG or JPG Templates:

As mentioned above, some of our listings still include the flattened design templates, giving you the option to take that route. If you plan to edit the PNG or JPG templates I would definitely recommend testing this out with one of my FREE wedding templates and following the tutorials below. These are a couple of tutorials I’ve written specifically on how to edit the DIY invitation templates with PicMonkey. You can click on the links below to be taken to the post.

How to add text to DIY Templates with PicMonkey

How to delete elements on DIY templates with PicMonkey


If you have any other questions after watching the video above, feel free to contact me directly.

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