Using Mockups in Silhouette Studio

by Tanya McCarthy on January 30, 2020

Mockups are an important part of showcasing your designs. You don't need a fancy software program to use mockups and can utilize Silhouette Studio or any basic software to overlay your designs on JPEG photos. 

Read more: Using Smart Object Mockups with Photopea (FREE)

Below I will go through a video on how to use different mockups in Silhouette Studio. You can also go through the walkthrough below. 

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Step 1: Open up your preferred mockup

Open up the JPEG file of your mockup. You'll want to resize it to the size ratio you are looking for. For Design Bundles promotional images, I need a 3000x2000 pixel mockup. 

Step 2: Open up your PNG or SVG Design

Depending on your edition of Silhouette Studio, you will be able to open up the SVG or will need to use the PNG file. Open it up in the program. 

Step 3: Place your design on the mockup

Copy the design from the workspace and paste it over the JPEG. Resize to fit the mockup and save your image. That's all there is to it! The beauty of mockups are you only need to save them in a low resolution and not a high one. 

Here are a few examples:

 

Need help? Don't hesitate to drop a comment below! 

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Cheers
Tanya

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