A lot of people are asking, “Can I use my graphics in my Custom Gifts?” Before we get into the answer to that question, let’s take a look at the basic concept behind using your graphics in a Custom Gift.
So, your friend received a Fortnite t-shirt from you, and she loved it, but she wanted to design her own gift for herself? If so, you may be able to include some of your graphic elements in the gifts that you give as Custom Gifts. There are many ways to make Custom Gifts out of your images, or even out of other things that you design.
For example, one way to make Custom Gifts out of anything that you design is to make a Digital Photo Frame. You might not have ever thought about using your photos in this way, but it can turn out very well. Here’s how you do it:
First, put a large photo of your person in the frame. Now print that photo on a blank card and place it on the front of the frame. Add a caption with your logo and a line of text about your person, and add any other information that you think will be relevant to the person you are giving the gift to.
Next, you want to print out a nice print that has the same logo as the frame, and slide it over the frame. You could also use stickers on plain paper or cardstock. You can include any types of artwork that you like, but the main point is to incorporate the same design as the frame into the image that you put on the back of the frame.
Another great idea is to use stencils. You can print out stencils at home or online, or you can buy them. I suggest that you stick to buying stencils that are a few dollars a piece, because those stencils are usually reusable and look very professional. Stencils are also easier to stick on to the frame than a photo frame would be.
You can also use your art to make a wedding cake. Or you can use an illustration of your favorite person to decorate a scrapbook. The possibilities are endless!
A great thing about using your graphic images is that they allow you to reach a broader audience. With just a few words about who you are and what you’re looking for, your graphics can speak for themselves.