These days, it's easy to whip up low content journals, planners, workbooks using readily-available private label content or printables. However, most people looking to publish these materials into physical books get stuck in one important thing - the cover!
How do you create your cover?
What software can you easily use?
Where do you get your images or do you even need one?
What book dimensions should you be aware of? Can you outsource the book cover creation part?
How much would it cost you to hire a cover artist? Do you have to do this each time you need to publish one book?
This pack of done-for-you KDP-ready cover templates (and so much more) takes care of most of your problems. Just add in your book title, subtitle, author name or company and voila! You have yourself not one but as many book covers as you need.
Although the ready-made templates, patterns, frames, and source files are all in, this product is by no means a magic pill. You have to do some amount of work or you may delegate the completion of your book cover to a staff... but your work is not as much as when starting from scratch.
The Photoshop source code is waiting for you. Open the file based on your spec of pages - 100, 120, or 130. Select your background, spine color, and frame. Type in your text. Save. Now, you have your book cover.
If you don't have Photoshop, alternative photo editing apps such as Affinity or Photo Pea (free) will do. If you find these apps challenging, PowerPoint is your next bet. Simply insert the ready-made templates in JPG and PNG formats and key in your text.
Tweak as much as you want in terms of the background, frames, spine, color, and/or font until you get your desired results.
[YES] Modify, package and rebrand this product in part or whole;
[YES] Do as you please as long as you label or brand it;
[YES] Sell your branded product as your own at Etsy and/or other marketplaces;
[NO] Pass on PLR, resell rights or master resell rights for this product;
[NO] Share this product to anyone or anywhere online;
[NO] Claim copyright ownership of the original work.