the modern minimalist sneak peek & blog boards are here!

the modern minimalist sneak peek & blog boards are here!



Clients getting sneaky with your sneak peeks, screen-capping them from your blog or reposting them on social media without so much as a watermark? Brand your online teasers with these Photoshop templates that mark images distinctly as your own, in a sleek presentation that coordinates with our bestselling Minimalist style.

Modern Minimalist Sneak Peeks at a glance:
• 12 fully customizable Photoshop templates
• Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and blog-ready
• Vector presentation

Use for your online presence, or repurpose for promotional materials or album design elements

To complete your look, make sure you check out the Modern Minimalist Collection.

Click here to check them out in the shop!

*Special thanks to Cluney Photo, Melissa Oholendt, Posy Quarterman Photography, Limelife Photography, Untamed Heart Photography & Pogo Photo for the lovely sample images.




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