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Custom Pin It Buttons

Custom Pin It Buttons | www.trinidadpena.com

Last week, I showed you how to install a “pin it” button plug-in on your wordpress website. This week, I’m giving away free pin it buttons, that you can customize!

{In my best Oprah Voice} Custom pin it buttons for everyone! Look under your chair! You get a custom pin it button! And you get a custom pin it button! And you get a custom pin it button!

Let’s Customize them!

You can download them here, and just use them as-is. But these buttons are customizable using Photoshop. I lost ya, didn’t I? But I don’t know how to use Photoshop AND it’s expensive. If you have a blog or a website that you are using images on regularly, photoshop is for you. It’s going to take the look of your site to the next level. You can get photoshop elements for about $70 on amazon*. It’s pretty much photoshop lite. It’s cheaper and will fulfill most people’s needs unless you are a photographer, or want use it for video editing. You can also download the trial version for free to use for this tutorial.

If you are baller, alternatively you can get the full $600 version* or download the full trial.

But, I don’t know how to use Photoshop!

You my friend are suffering from Photoshop-phobia. But I got you. You don’t have to fear the Photoshop. I’m going to take you step by step and show you how to change the font and colors of these buttons. I’ll also be making more Photoshop tutorials so you’ll be a wiz in no time. Let’s get started.

Changing Fonts

Changing Fonts in Photoshop | www.trinidadpena.com

Pretty painless, right? Next, we are going to change the colors of our custom pin it buttons.

Changing Colors

Changing colors in Photoshop | www.trinidadpena.com

Did this help calm your Photoshop-Phobia? Are you going to try to customize your buttons? Do you have a specific Photoshop problem that you’d like me to tackle? Let me know in the comments.

Terms of use: The images or documents you download in this post are free for personal and commercial use. You can use them on both personal or business sites. Just don’t sell them or post them on your blog for download as your own. That’s a pretty crummy thing to do. Also try not use them for anything salacious. See mom, I put that in there just for you.

Where appropriate please, link back to this post.

*These are my amazon affiliate links. Unless you want to spring for the adobe cloud subscription service, amazon usually sells the software for a bit cheaper than the adobe website.

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  1. […] If you don’t know Photoshop, don’t despair. Next week, I’m dropping a post with some ready-made buttons. You can use those as- is BUT I’m also going to give you the Photoshop file. So, you can customize it with your brand fonts and colors. If you don’t have Photoshop, you can always just download the trial version for next week’s tutorial. Update: the post is up! […]

    • It depends on the rights to the image when you purchased them. If they are royalty-free then it’s probably safe to use. If it’s rights-managed (you bought it for a particular use) then it gets a little dicey.

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