Friday Pinterest Quik Tip Pinnable Quotes

Welcome to another Friday quick tip for Pinterest!

 

 

 

 

Quotes are HUGE on Pinterest, they even have their own category.  One of my most popular boards is full of quotes. Some inspire me and some make me laugh.

This week’s tip is a little different, it’s a video tutorial. So, If you have a favorite quote or saying that you would like to share with fellow Pinners, click below and watch and see how easy it can be.

I hope you enjoyed the first ever Friday Pinterest quick tip video tutorial.

I know there a quite a few steps to this process, if you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments.

Also, if you make a quote for Pinterest, share the link in the comments. It would be great to see what you make.

 

To hear the Smart Passive Income podcast where the quote is from, click here to visit Pat’s site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About ohsopinteresting

Cynthia Sanchez is a Pinterest marketing consultant and expert. Cynthia created OhSoPinteresting.com, one of the early leaders in Pinterest education for businesses. Contact Cynthia on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthiasanchezrnbsn

  • Ninfa DePalma

    Great Tutorial!!! now I will become a Quote maker Fiend! Thanks for the great instructions!!

    • http://www.ohsopinteresting.com Cynthia

      Glad you liked it! Be sure to share your quote.

  • http://www.fortuitoushousewife.com Lollie ~ The Fortuitous Housewife

    Great tutorial video, Miss Cynthia!

    I’ve never tried using the color dropper feature, but I will now!

    FYI – You can quickly create a blank canvas to reuse by using PicMonkey’s overlays.

    Just upload any photo, select overlays, select a geometric shape & resize it to cover the image, change the color of the overlay to white (or any color you want), merge the overlay onto the photo, then save it to your computer.

    Upload your blank whenever you need a blank slate to work on. Crop or resize to fit your need.

    • http://www.ohsopinteresting.com Cynthia

      Thanks for sharing that great tip Lollie! I’ll have to give the overlay feature a try for this. 🙂