Who loves FREE? I DO. If you are looking for where to find Cheap & Free Pinterest Templates, I got you covered.
If you’re here, then I assume you already know the basics of Pinterest. You aren’t here for a lesson on WHY Pinterest is great for the growth of your blog. But! If not, here’s a quick rundown.
Pinterest is not a social media site, it’s a search engine. People go to, and use Pinterest to find inspiration for their home, a recipe, fashion, decor, and just about EVERYTHING ELSE YOU CAN THINK OF.
For most bloggers, Pinterest is their top referral site. By a landslide!
Since applying my own Pinterest strategy, my blog traffic has increased by 200%. In just 30 days.
I’ve done a lot of research on Pin strategies, read countless blogs, and even took a course (which I have yet to finish). Of all that, I suggest taking the Pinterest with Elle course. It’s super affordable and easy to follow. *At the time of drafting this post, I was NOT an affiliate with the course. I just really like it!
If you’re anything like me, upping your Pinterest game and creating a strategic Pin strategy has helped your blog tremendously. If not, what are you waiting for? You need to get on that ASAP.
Personally, I struggled the most with creating eye-catching pins. Captions? I got that. Hashtags? Psh no problem.
But designing? Nope.
I did a trial of what pins of mine were converting – and a lot of the ones that were converting the most were not the pins I created from scratch. A few, yeah sure. But not at the rate I wanted to see for my growth.
They were from Pinterest templates I purchased.
Now, I can create a masterpiece from a foundation; editing is kind of my thing, but I cannot build that foundation (when it comes to design). That was hard for me to admit, but I know what my strengths are.
Let me tell you a secret: you don’t need to pay a lot of money for Pinterest templates. Actually, there are 1,000’s of editable Pinterest Templates out there that are super affordable. You just have to know where to look!
That is why I am here today: to share with you some of the places where I get my cheap & FREE Pinterest Templates.
Where you can find Cheap & FREE Pinterest Templates That Will Increase your Traffic and Grow Your Blog
Before I share my favorite places to find Cheap & Free Pinterest Templates, I want to disclose that some of the links below are affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission on qualifying purchases, at no additional cost to you.
Let’s do this.
Cheap & Affordable Templates
If you don’t already have an account with Creative Market, I HIGHLY recommend it. There are thousands of templates, graphics, fonts, and more available to buy – plus they send out 6 free goods a week.
Below, is a collection of some beautiful templates that I found on Creative Market. They have a wide range in price, and most are editable in both Photoshop & Canva.
I do recommend buying a commercial license, which is just a few dollars more. Why? Simply because if you are earning ANY money from using the pins, it can’t be a personal license.
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Even though I have my own store on Etsy, I never even considered digital content would apply!
A lot of the designers that are on Creative Market are also on Etsy, but I found thousands of others that aren’t. My recent purchase from Etsy was a 20 template bundle for $4! That is SUPER cheap.
I created a search for Pinterest Templates For Canva you go and check out!
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FREE Pinterest Templates
Canva & PicMonkey
I’ve been mentioning Canva throughout this post, and it is, in my opinion, one of the best resources for all blog images and Pinterest that every blogger should be using.
It’s a free site where you can create everything from blog headers to Pins, to even your media kit. I pay monthly for premium, which means I have access to more templates and images, but you don’t have to! It’s 100% free.
And yes, they have THOUSAND of FREE Pinterest Templates.
One of my favorite features that Canva has, is that all the graphics you are creating are already the perfect image size. It takes the guesswork out of what size your image should be for Pinterest, Facebook, and even Twitter.
PicMonkey is another site where you can edit images and create graphics. I do believe this is no longer free, but you are able to try it out free for 7-days, before making a commitment.
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Yep – other bloggers offer free templates! I’ve gotten a few templates from other bloggers that I use often. I like this because:
- I am supporting another fellow blogger
- Not as many people have/use them
- I get TONS of other resources sent to my inbox that they want to share
Basically, their content was awesome enough for me to sign up!
I haven’t found as many Templates this way, but the few that I have I’ve loved.
Was this information helpful? Where do you get your Pinterest Templates from? Any of the places I do? Is there something you struggle with when it comes to Pinterest? Leave and comment and let’s connect!
Tonyalee is an avid reader, gym junkie, coffee addicted workaholic, and blogger. Be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram for random shenanigans.