Sweet Light is bright and clean, but still bold enough to stand up to your vibrant color photos. Make it your own by changing accent colors and fonts to match your own branding.
It’s -4 outside and I could use a little bit of sunshine. 🙂 This happy and bright template is perfect for brands with bold personality. It offers lots of opportunities to add your own branding colors and has plenty of flexibility. It includes a unique pop-down social menu, custom font rollovers, and a toggle button that tells your visitors where your recent posts are, then sends them back home.
A bonus pricing PSD is included as well as icons sized for 4 or 5 informational pages in the footer. Of course, custom gallery icons are included and can be used for 4 or more galleries — just make as many as you need.
Winter Cottage is cozy and a little rustic. A soft sweater knit background and comfy “lived in” icon backgrounds make this template warm and inviting. The included logo is fully scalable and layered so you can drop in your own name and change the colors to suit your vision.
Sidebar icons invite your visitors to explore more details about the process — customize with your own text or add additional icons. Additional mutli-opening masthead templates are included. Photoshop is required to make changes to this fully layered and customizable template.
Bailey is a super clean and casual design with just a touch of pink and a heavily customized home page grid view to get your potential clients clicking to see more. A separate social and gallery menu puts the most important information right out front. Eight masthead templates are also included. Photoshop (not Elements) is required to make overall color and design changes.
Exposure is a fun and bold design with a cool 16-image home page grid to show off your images and get your visitors clicking in to read more. With lots of colorful accents that are ready for your brand colors, this template is easy to coordinate with your logo and personality.
Please note — you do need Photoshop to change this template. Also, this template will work best for you if you already have at least 12-16 posts in your blog. The home page grid uses the latest 16 posts in your blog to build the home page grid. If your blog is empty, you won’t get quite the same effect until you fill it up a bit.