Being a TPT seller takes all of the above. Believe in yourself and keep moving along on your journey! Have a great week! ...
Hi all! I have a short video of some cover examples - do's and dont's. There are some beautiful covers on TPT. Mine are fine and they're my style. I suggest you look around at different stores, get some ideas, and make covers that are YOUR style. Please don't copy someone else's style - make them you. I have added the blog to Bloglovin' if you like to find your favorite blog posts there. The button is right above my photo in the sidebar. Have you joined the newsletter yet? When you join you will receive an email for confirmation. Be sure to click on that confirmation or the system won't add you to the list. Click below to join! If you have any questions regarding your store, feel free to leave a comment or shoot me an email at littleroomunderthestairs@gmail.com. ...
**IMPORTANT** - Be sure that whatever you use is for commercial use and you follow the Terms of Use outlined by the artist!! Once you've selected your size, it's time to build a cover. Here are some items to consider when creating a cover. ⇒ BACKGROUND Choose a background paper or photo. You don't want something too distracting to take away from your title. ⇒ FRAME I like to use a frame with a white background so the title doesn't blend into the paper/photo. ...
Now that you know you need covers for your TPT products, it's time to find out a little more about covers. (If you missed the audio on the need for covers, click here .) Cover Size Decisions Using a portrait/landscape cover means you can just upload your product and use the generated thumbnails. Using a square cover gives you more real estate to have a larger title and use the graphics that you want. You do have to upload this & your other thumbnails separately which is not a huge deal. I started out with portrait/landscape covers. It was easy to do since it fit with the size of the resource. I finally converted over to a square cover. One way to do this is to use the portrait cover and have a strip of black on the side. I did that for a while and it worked for me until a lot of other sellers started doing the same thing. I don't suggest everyone do that because the point is for YOUR products to stand out in the sea of resources. Whichever you choose, be con...
Listen to the audio below for my thoughts on needing covers. ...
Welcome! Are you just starting out as a TPT Seller or just starting to get serious about your TPT store? I will be posting some tips, advice, and motivation here to help you on your journey. If you have specific questions feel free to leave a comment or email me at littleroomunderthestairs@gmail.com and use "Just a Thought or Two Question" in your subject line. Follow my blog with Bloglovin You can sign up for my Tips & Motivation Newsletter by filling out the form in the sidebar or click below. ...