12 Invaluable Resources for Free (and Nearly Free) Blog Logo Templates
Premade Blog Logo Templates get a bad rep in some places, with the argument against them that they’re not unique.
Well no, they’re not unique. But, being really honest here, unless your audience are graphic designers or the rest of your branding is so dull that the only thing anyone notices is your logo, no-one is taking that much notice!
They’re on your blog to read your posts, not scrutinize your logo!
So without further ado...
Here’s my 12 favourite places to get free, or nearly free, logo templates for your Blog
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I’ve got premade logos for two previous blogs from Etsy. There is an enormous selection, with prices starting around $12. Different Etsy shops provide different options, with some selling DIY templates that you need to edit yourself and others doing all the editing for you and supplying you with your finished logo, all ready to use.
Did you know Canva had Logo Templates? Neither did I, until I started researching for this blog post! Anyway, everyone’s favourite free design software has logo templates so you can create your own Blog Logo, quickly & easily, without Photoshop or Illustrator!
I love Creative Market! I regularly indulge in my font obsession on Creative Market and they have some really nice logo templates too. The benefit of Creative Market is you can buy logo template bundles, so you can let your creativity run wild and use the elements in the bundle to create something that is unique to you.
Prices start from as low as $9 and if you’ve got time on your side, you can sign up to their mailing list and you get 6 freebie downloads a week. If you’re lucky, a logo pack might be one of them!
You will need Illustrator or Photoshop to edit most of the templates for sale on Creative Market.
Behance is a designers’ portfolio site where you can find examples of literally any graphic design project you can possibly imagine. You will need to do more digging on Behance than some of the other sites mentioned here, but it’s worth the effort. You will find premade Logo templates and icons and gorgeous fonts to create your own design. Some are for sale and some are Free!
You will need Illustrator or Photoshop to edit your templates for Behance and if you download fonts or icons, you will need to check the licenses provided with them.
Search for logo designs on Pinterest and you’ll get loads of beautiful logos. Lots of these logos will link through to designer’s websites, portfolio sites, shopping sites or blogs where you can find more information about buying the logos that caught your attention.
There’s lots of freebie downloads on Pinterest too.
When you use Pinterest, remember to make sure you have the right software for editing anything you download and check the usage licences too.
Some very generous designers have created design resources, including logo templates as incentives for signing up to their email lists. These are three that I found, though if you have time for digging, you’ll probably find some more!
Passion for Pixels
Deal jumbo is a site that sells design bundles. And gives them away for free in exchange for your email address! The benefit of a bundle over a template is you can mix and match the elements in your bundle to design your very own logo.
Design Bundles is another bundle site. It genuinely has the most enormous selection of everything you could need for DIY-ing your Blog Branding. Including Logo Template bundles from only $7.00! Their freebie selection changes regularly too, so you might even get a Logo template for free.
You will need Illustrator or Photoshop to edit Design Bundles templates.
This website is an amazing collection of free resources, collected from across the web. Check the licences of items you download from Graphic Burger to make sure you're able to use them for commercial use.
The Hungry JPEG
The Hungry JPEG is another of my absolute favourites for adding to my font collection! And they have a $1 deal area on their site, which changes monthly. They sell single logo templates, logo bundles and of course all the elements for designing your own, including icons and beautiful fonts.
You will need Illustrator or Photoshop for The Hungry JPEG templates too.
I hope you've enjoyed looking at this collection of goodies as much as I did finding them for you!
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