Blog Images Made Super Dooper Easy

Blog Images Made Super Dooper Easy

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One of the things I hate, hate, HATE about finishing a blog post is getting a great looking image to showcase it.

It usually goes like this …. spend an hour writing a post (victory dance moment!!) only to spend 3 hours trying to get an image that works and usually ending up with one that sucks anyway!

Well, I got tired of that scenario and solved my problem. And I’m happy to be sharing that solution with you today!

I guess being a graphics geek kinda has it’s perks!

If you own Photoshop (and even if you don’t, Gimp and Pixlr will do fine) you can download my ‘Blog Image’ Creative Toolkit.

It’s full of free to use stock photos with room to add many of your own, filters to Instagram-ify your images, text layouts, shapes and lighting effects.

See what’s possible in demo overview I’ve made for you!


And you can go ahead and download below.


Download The Toolkit Here

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  • Pat Turner

    Hello Tracey:

    Thanks so much for the Creative Toolkit. One question though, how do I access the stock photos?

    Best regards,
    Pat Turner

    • Tracey Meagher

      Hi Pat, there are several stock images included in the PSD files. However, if you’d like to add new images, a great place to look is, where all images are free to use. You can then add the new image to a folder in the PSD file. This will then allow you to use any of the effects and filters that come in the kit.