Free candle mockups to give your sales a boost

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I’ve got some more mockups for you! I just had my fantastic designers create some new mockups for CustomHappy’s candles, which are a relatively new addition to the lineup. (You can check out more new arrivals here.)

The candle mockups have two label types: white and transparent. They come in four sizes: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. And they are 100% free to use.

You can add these mockups to your Amazon or Etsy product listings to make your offers more eye-catching.  As you scale up, you can include them on your business’ website. Or, you can use them to create more engaging promotions and social media content.

You can opt-in to download all of the candle mockups below. And whether you add the mockups to your product listings or to your social media campaigns (or both), you’ll hopefully see an increase in your candle sales as a result.

Here’s a preview of what the mockups look like:

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After downloading the mockups, add your candle designs using any graphic software. Then, upload the images to your listings or promotional content.

I hope you find these candle mockups useful! Leave a comment below to let me know what you think. And if you enjoyed this post, please share it with your friends and followers. 

And in keeping the good news rolling, I also made a video on some other products you can sell for Quarter 4 and what designs to put on them:

Enjoy!

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  1. Thank you, Rachel. Each time I listen to a new video of yours, I get to learn another bit of valuable information. Thank you. Please don’t stop.

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