Use Printavo's Mockup Creator to effortlessly generate art proofs that help close the deal.

Not everyone in a print shop is proficient with advanced photo editing software like Adobe Illustrator or CorelDRAW, so Printavo built an easy-to-use Mockup Creator to help your team members quickly generate proofs to show your end customer.

With a few simple clicks, users can easily add, scale, and rotate images on either pre-rendered or custom products!

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In this article, we will cover:

Activating the Mockup Creator

One Mockup Creator button is located under each of your line item groups.

In order for the group's button to be in an active state, the job must have, at minimum:

  1. A customer applied to the job
  2. Pricing in every line of the line item group that has a product
  3. At least one imprint with at least one piece of information filled out

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Note: If you are a Printavo subscriber and do not see the Mockup Creator button, you may need to upgrade to the most up-to-date version of your plan tier. Reach out to your dedicated Success Manager or email us at success@printavo.com with any questions.

Using the Mockup Creator

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Once you click on the Mockup Creator button:

  • If you selected a line item product that has an associated catalog image/images, then you will be presented with that/those. You can also add additional custom images with the "+ Custom Blank" button.
  • If you used a custom product or selected a line item product that does not have associated images, then you will be prompted to upload your own custom image with the "+ Custom Blank" button.

In the example below, we are presented with two images of both the Port & Company PC330 - Deep Orange Heather Tri-Blend Tee and the Port & Company PC330 - Carolina Blue Heather Tri-Blend Tee from SanMar.

If you have multiple image options, you can choose the image you're using for the mockup by selecting it from the thumbnails at the top of the creator.

If you have multiple line items, you can switch between the active line item by clicking its corresponding line item box.

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If you already uploaded a graphic for your mockup in the imprint field of the quote, that will show up by default within the Mockup Creator. If you did not upload a graphic in the imprint field, or would just like to add more designs, simply click the "+ Design" button within the imprint box of the Mockup Creator.

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To add your design to the product image, simply click the image you would like to apply. Use the tools in the corner of the image to rotate, resize, or delete the image. Click and drag the image to move it around the product.

Click "Save Mockup" when you're happy with the placement of your design on the product image.

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To apply the design to a different line item, simply click your desired line item to change the product image, then click "New Mockup" to save your new image.

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If you would like to make multiple versions of the design to present to your client, click "New Mockup" to continue to save new images within the imprint. Click "Save Edits" to overwrite changes to the current mockup. Use the corresponding gray "X" to delete any imprints you no longer want to keep.

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If you are using multiple designs on a product image and would like to change the layering of your own images, use the arrows in the top left of the Mockup Creator to rearrange/reorder your placements.

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When you've saved all desired changes, click "Back to Quote" to go back to editing your quote. Your saved mockups will now appear in both your imprint box and on the relevant line items.

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If you need to edit your images later, you can always click the "Edit" button on your quote/invoice page.

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