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How to Make and Sell Printables on Etsy

I’ve been selling digital downloads on Etsy since 2017 and it’s been a major source of cash flow for me, which is why I recommend incorporating digital products into your business as a fun and mostly passive source of income. If you’re not sure what kind of digital products you could make, check out my post on 20 types of digital products you can sell on Etsy for inspiration.

Once you’re ready to get selling, here’s everything I want you to know as you get started making and selling your products.

(This post contains affiliate links.)

How to Make Digital Products to Sell on Etsy

The idea of making your own printables to sell on Etsy might sound intimidating if you have no design experience, but it’s actually not that difficult once you learn the software and make a few items that can be used as templates.

My preferred software for creating printables is Canva, which will work great for most types of designs. Keep in mind that Canva is excellent for newbie designers, but some of their features like graphic elements, stock photos, and design templates are not permitted for commercial use, meaning you cannot use them in designs you plan to sell (read their full licensing agreement here). This is why I recommend buying your own commercial-use fonts and graphics (more on that next) and uploading them to Canva Pro, which costs $12.95 per month.

You can avoid licensing restrictions and get your shop started today with my free Canva templates for planner pages & printable wall art, which you can access here. You can use these templates commercially however you want, so there are no concerns when you make something with them that you’d like to sell.

PicMonkey is another design website that’s simple to use and will accommodate most kinds of products. I use PicMonkey most often for quick photo edits and to create mockups for my product images, but it can do much more than that.

Planify Pro is a new program designed specifically for creating printable planners, low-content books, and even fun products like printable sticky notes. If you have any interest in selling planners, journals, or similar products, Planify is a life-changer.

You could even make your printables using Google Docs or a Microsoft Office program like Word or Excel. This is a more ideal option for things like worksheets or spreadsheets as opposed to something like wall art.

Finding Fonts and Graphics for Commercial Use

The internet is filled with millions of fonts and graphics that can be used to create commercial designs. My best-selling designs are either simple text quotes, or text combined with graphics from a site on this list. Regardless of where you buy or download them, it is crucial that you make sure they are clearly allowed for commercial use, which means they can be used in designs you intend to sell. Here are a few of my favorite sources:

Creative Fabrica– loads of free and $1 fonts, graphics, and craft vectors made by designers and artists around the world. Sign up for their email list and you’ll get a free commercial use font every week, along with a regular rotation of free and cheap graphic bundles. Some of my favorite fonts that I use the most often come from here.

Creative Market– Their commercial use licenses are a little more costly, but they have plenty of high-quality fonts and designs as well.

Sidenote: You could even sell your designs on those two websites if they offer the type of digital products you make.

Font Squirrel– They scour the internet for free commercial use fonts, so this should be one of your first stops if you’re looking for something fast and free.

Unsplash– Free high-quality stock photos for commercial use by photographers from around the world.

Check Trademarks Before Creating Designs

Before you start coming up with your printable design ideas, it is CRUCIAL that you check you’re not violating any trademarks with the phrases you’re using. You can learn more about trademarks through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office website, and perform a search through TESS, the Trademark Electronic Search System.

This is important because Etsy reserves the right to close your shop after too many violations if they think you’re too much of a risk on the platform. Trademark violation applies to FAR more than just the obvious like Disney, Harry Potter, Star Wars, etc. People and businesses trademark common phrases you’d never expect to be trademarked. I once sold a shirt that said “polite as fuck” and got a trademark infringement notice because some company (who just happened to have the money and resources to do this) trademarked the phrase “polite as” and used it to wipe out their competition.

I’ve seen this happen with a lot of common phrases on Etsy – Dog Mom, Boy Mom, and Bullet Journal get a lot of shops in trouble. You also can’t use “onesie” to describe that, uh… child’s leotard, and you can’t use the phrase “at a glance” to describe that calendar that has the whole year at a… gander, I guess.

Bottom line: Cover your ass and check TESS first, it’s not worth the trouble and possible shutdown (and the fury when you find out “Oh Ship!” is trademarked). Here’s my full post on avoiding trademark infringements as a seller.

Have 1-2 Dozen Items Ready to Launch

You can open a shop with just one item, but there are several reasons why I recommend having at least a handful of items, or more ideally, a full page of 24 items.

First, the obvious – the more things you sell, the more opportunities you have for people to give you money.

Secondly – there are about 50 million products for sale on Etsy. That means no matter what you’re selling, your items make up only the tiniest, TINIEST percentage of listings. The more you have in the pile, the more chances there are for you to be seen, and the more keywords you can use to target customers from different angles.

Final reason – optics. Think like a shopper. If you found something you liked on Etsy, clicked through to the person’s shop and they only had 2 items for sale, would it affect your decision to buy? Or would you feel more comfortable buying from a shop with a full page of items? More items more opportunities to show customers that they can trust your brand.

Another great way to add more products to your store is with print-on-demand. With this method, you can take the digital designs you make and place them on t-shirts, mugs, bags, posters, and other physical products. With print-on-demand you outsource the printing and shipping, so all you have to do is upload the products to your shop and approve orders as they come in. You can read more about print-on-demand over here.

File Delivery

When someone purchases a printable from your shop, the files are automatically made available for them to download in their account. You don’t have to send them anything or do anything unless they message you with a question.

You can include up to 5 files with your digital downloads. The file types needed may vary depending on what you’re making, but in most cases, I recommend including a PDF. PDFs are easier to print and more difficult for someone to modify to resell. All of my printables include a JPG and PDF because some printing companies don’t accept PDFs and vice versa – it’s better to give people options when you can.

With Canva, you can download JPG, PNG, standard PDFs, and high-resolution print PDFs.

With PicMonkey, you can only download PNG and JPGs.

Naming Your Files

When you save your files and get them ready to upload to Etsy, make sure you name them so that they’re easily identifiable and your customers can easily find them once they’re downloaded.

Most people download things and never bother to rename them, so if you sell a meal planner page titled IMG_2019_01_05.PDF it will be a lot harder to search for than if you name it MEAL PLANNER PAGE 1.PDF. It’s a simple but important detail that your customers (and your inventory management) will appreciate.

Include Detailed Download Instructions

If there’s one thing you’re going to learn digital products on Etsy, it’s that people don’t like to read. I highly suggest, for the sake of your inbox, providing instructions and detailed information on how your files can be used wherever you can put it.

Start with your listing description, which should include everything your customer needs to know:

  • That this is a printable/digital item and nothing will be shipped to them
  • File type and size
  • Ideal printing sizes, methods, and other recommendations (if relevant)
  • Disclaimers, such as:
    • No refunds on digital downloads
    • Not for commercial/resale use
    • Colors may vary depending on monitor settings

Since my printables are wall art, I suggest to my customers that if they don’t want to print at home, they can print at a store like Costco or Walgreens, or use an online printer like Mpix or VistaPrint.

You can also include a tip sheet as one of your downloadable files that includes everything they need to know. Title it so they (spoiler alert) read it first. You could even brand this page up and offer a unique coupon code for customers.

Improve Listing Images With Mockups

Mockups are the easiest way to bring your products to life. PlaceIt has mockups for just about anything you could make, including picture frames in room settings so people can envision what your product looks like framed.

I’ve also purchased Mockups from Etsy sellers (MissMockup is one of my faves), Creative Fabrica, and Creative Market.

Additional reading: Where to Find the Best Mockups for Your Online Store


Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the most important tools for anyone selling anything online. It’s the practice of using specific keywords, tags, and descriptions to tell search engines what your product is, so it’s included in as many search engine results as possible. Without SEO, you have to do ALL the work to attract customers, and without it, you’d be better off flushing your money down the toilet than spending it on ads. Whether you have one item or 1,000 items in your shop, this is the most important factor to your success. I have a whole post on Etsy SEO tips, tricks, and best practices, which you can read here.

I hope this inspires you to start a digital Etsy shop! If you know you’re ready to get started and you’d like an extra push to start taking action now, make sure to check out my eBook, Printable & Profitable. This book includes a step-by-step walkthrough of everything I’ve done to create multiple digital shops, including a design tutorial for beginners and tips for making more sales without more work. You’ll also learn how to turn your digital designs into print-on-demand products like t-shirts and mugs.

Ready to open your shop? Use this seller referral link here and we’ll both get 40 free listings ($8 value).

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Selling on Etsy vs. Creative Market

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This post will feature selling on both Etsy vs Creative Market as a Digital Designer.

I opened up my first Etsy store back in 2007 and since then have ran a few shops on there. This one is technically still active but I have not had time to dedicate to it at all which is why you will see no listings) Within the last year, my side hustles was opening up 2 Stores: Typemaven (Etsy and Creative Market) and Flat Lay Studio on (Etsy and Creative Market).

Primary Differences

Etsy primarily sells physical goods and handmade products, and within the last several years, I’ve seen digital assets added. The community is largely made up of craftsmen, artisans, and designers and some stores even sell supplies to these artists. The end user is made up of the general public.

Creative Market sells digital assets like fonts, stock photos, clipart, illustrations, digital papers, resumes. The community is largely made up of designers, illustrators, photographers and developers. The end user is usually a fellow designer, developer, photographer or a creative individual.

I will talk about the differences in User Interface, Marketing, and lastly Finances, especially for Canadians.

User Interface

Inside the Listings
Uploading and maintaining over 150 stock photo listings in both my shops (they are duplicates of each other), I have definitely become very intimate with their respective interfaces. I can definitely say that Etsy is way easier to use for simple things like being able to drag multiple photo listings right into the browser (whereas in Creative Market, you have to do them one by one, and using a Wacom Tablet and pencil DO NOT make this any easier because their scroll box doesn’t work properly unless you use an actual mouse).

File Sizes
If you are selling digital goods like me, Etsy only allows a max of 20mb per file upload on their servers and you are allowed up to 5 files. This makes it hard when you are selling high res 300 dpi stock photos where one file can reach up to 100mb.

A workaround that I have implemented:

  1. Organize each of my stock photo listings in numbered folders on my desktop.
  2. Zip the entire download and upload to my server.
  3. Use a site like Rebrandlyto create a unique url which is great at hiding the location of that file on your server.
  4. Create a PDF with this url link in it and upload this to ETSY as the digital download itself, which serves as the instructions for the purchaser on where to download the digital good.
  5. Manage all the URL’s on a spreadsheet. Yes, that’s right, for me that is 150+ Url’s. This may sound way complicated, but once you get the rhythm going, you can bang this out fairly quick if you set up the process right. It will only take a matter of minutes. And you can pre-create all the folders and PDF’s prior.

UPDATE August 2020: An even better workaround I have implemented

  1. Get a Standard or Professional Dropbox account. You have to pay money to make money! Copy and organize all your files into Dropbox. I mimic my folders exactly so I know what to replace if I have an update.
  2. You are able to share specific files and folders as a link. You can find this link by clicking on either the file itself or the folder in your dropbox. Copy the url into a PDF that you will create and then upload this PDF into ETSY as the download.

Creative Market on the other hand, allows you a whopping 4GB x 1 file upload per listing. All you have to do is zip your entire download in one sitting. For ease of use, I still implement my PDF download strategy because it is easier to maintain in the long run. If I have any file changes, I can just upload the changed file onto my server rather than going back to each listing and re-uploading that digital asset. I don’t even have to touch any listings if I have to make a change to the file itself. The url always remains the same (assuming I don’t change the name).

Aesthetics of your listing
Etsy doesn’t have any option to make your copy look any more exciting other than their default font. Creative Market allows you to use Bold, Underline, Italic, Bullets and Horizontal Rules.

Copying Listings
Etsy allows you replicate a listing down to tag words and you just swap out the photos, change the title, price and copy. This is very handy when you are selling things that are similar with minor differences. Creative Market on the other hand doesn’t allow you to copy listings, you have create a new one altogether and re-input the keywords, price etc.

Editing Multiple Listings
They each have their own unique options, Etsy allows you to add text to ALL your listings at the same time. For example if you forgot to write down at the bottom of each listing “Copyright 2018”, all you have to do is select your listings and ADD text to wherever you want it to go. There are so many more features such as changing prices on multiple listings in one shot etc. Creative Market on the other hand, has a “edit multiple listings” feature, but all it is really is having about 8 of your listings on one page with the ability to click in each one to edit in the same window without having to open each to edit in another window.

Etsy allows your shop to sell in the currency of your country of origin. Creative Market only sets prices in USD.

Marketing and Traffic

Etsy has dedicated an entire section to just marketing and integrates into many aspects of social media such as Pinterest. For analytics and stats, it tells you all the search queries that resulted in visits, impression amounts, conversion rates and revenue and this goes very deep into details. Also, how many visits resulted in a sale, how many visits to your shop as a result through searches via Etsy, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Google etc.

Etsy also allows you to add coupon codes, run discount programs, and promote any of your listings by setting a daily budget (min $1.00) and also gives accompanying stats just for these programs. It also integrates with accounting systems such as Quickbooks.

Creative Market doesn’t have nearly any of this, just conversion rates. However, it does allow you to submit to offer a free good. This is a great way to market your products and get exposure. BUT, I’ve tried to do this many times and each time I have been rejected. When they only allow 6 free goods a week, you are competing will thousands of other people so it is nearly impossible to get chosen.


Finally! The reason why you are reading this right? So the ultimate question, which one makes you more money? Well, hard to say because both platforms appeal to different audiences. While I get more sales on Creative Market, I get better Payouts in Etsy. Here’s why.


There are so many factors at play with the financial aspect in Etsy, like currency, exchange rates, shipping costs, where you live which has different percentage transaction rates, and much more, so I’m just going to focus on the fact that I’m a simple Canadian gal selling digital products everywhere (these are instant downloads and require no shipping). All below are in USD. (The majority of my purchasers are in the USA)

  • Listing Fee: $0.20 per listing for 4 months. If your product doesn’t sell, you can enable an auto renew feature. If your product sells, then you have to renew again at the cost of $.020. This price has stayed the same every since I signed up with Etsy back in 2007. Depending on how many listings you have (I have 150, some stores have several hundreds), this fee can accumulate quickly. So if I sold absolutely nothing for 4 months, I would be paying about $7.50/month to maintain 150 active listings.

  • Transaction Fees for Canada: 5% per transaction

  • Payment Transaction Fee: Canada (domestic orders or orders from the US) 3% + 0.25 CAD / Canada (international orders) 4% + 0.25 CAD using Etsy Payments.

  • When do you get paid? You can choose the money to be deposited into your account every day, every week, bi-weekly, or monthly.

Creative Market

It’s very straightforward, the only thing you are going to be confused about is all the tax forms. And because of this, I lost hundreds of dollars the last year.

  • Listing Fee: $0

  • Transaction Fee: 30% per transaction (Update Dec 2019 – this has now increased to 40% so adjust math accordingly below in all scenarios)

  • Withholding Tax Rate: 30%* (See below, the reason why I lost hundreds of dollars)

  • Payment Transaction Fee: if you want to be paid through Paypal: 1% of the amount, maximum USD 10.00. If you want a direct deposit into your bank account that is free. There are also other options such as wire transfers which costs $20 USD.

  • When do you get paid? Payments are not automatic, and you must have a minimum of $20 in your account. You must request a payout before the end of the month and be paid the 15th of the following month.

Let’s do a comparison

Scenario: Let’s say I sold 5 digital stock photos last month at a price of $9.00 USD each within Canada and the USA on both platforms:


  • Gross Sales: $45
  • Listing Fees: ($.20 x 5) = $1.00
  • Transaction Fee: ($45 x 5%) = $2.25
  • Payment Transaction Fee: (($45 x 3%) + ($0.25 x 5)) = $2.60
  • Net Sale: $39.15

Creative Market

  • Gross Sales: $45
  • Listing Fee: $0
  • Transaction Fee:($45 x 30%) = $13.50
  • Withholding tax Rate: 30%* = $13.50 (more on this below)
  • Payment Transaction Fee: $0 (if you use Paypal, then -$0.32)
  • Approx Net Sale: $18 (yes you read that right)

So, by this comparison, I’m making approx $21.15 more selling on Etsy.
If I were to take away the 30% Withholding Tax Rate, then I am still making $7.65 more on Etsy.

Withholding Tax

What is a Withholding Tax? In short, if you are a Canadian selling to US buyers, the US Government will withhold 30% of your earnings. Creative Market will facilitate this. The work around to this is that you have to provide a Personal Identification to be exempt.

When I initially filled out Creative Market’s tax forms, it was very confusing (and still is) about what this identification number was. I had incorrectly put my Canadian Business Number. So for 1.5 years, they were holding 30% of each sale ON TOP of the 30% transaction fee.

So if I sold something for $28, I would be making a net sale of $11.20. This amounted to hundreds of dollars in losses.

So when I decided to write this post, I sat and thought that this is ridiculous and sent an email to their support. Well, now it turns out all that was needed was the S.I.N (Social Insurance Number) that was needed.

I went back in and entered it correctly and sent another email to support asking if I can be back paid for the losses. Their response was “It looks like your tax form is completed, so your sales to US buyers moving forward from that point are taxed at the rate of 0%. By federal US law, we cannot return previously withheld amounts to you. However, we will send you a Form 1099-MISC or 1042-S which you will be able to file with your taxes in order to potentially reduce your liability.”

Well it sucks that I lost hundreds by a simple dumb error on my part because I’m not an accountant and that I have an 11 year old and 2 year old which takes up 95% of my time so I cannot read the fine print nor have the energy for the past year to deal with this issue. Yes, I take full blame.

So, attention Canadians selling on Creative Market! Fill out the correct form which is the W-8BEN tax Form for Non-US Persons (Individuals) and enter your S.I.N. for the Personal Identification Number. Then you won’t be dumb like me.

For more honest experiences on selling on Creative Market, read Adrian Pelletier’s post:
A Complete and Honest Guide to Creative Market

Charging Taxes to the Purchaser

Etsy allows you to set up taxes in your store  to the purchaser. So I have a fellow buyer from any given province, I can charge whatever tax rate is applicable. Creative Market does not have this option.

Which one makes me more money?

  • I make more money selling on Etsy if you were to talk transaction fees alone vs quantity of sales.
  • I make more money on Creative Market if you were to talk quantity of sales vs transaction fees.

So I guess that’s a fair comparison right?

It’s all about your audience

My digital photos works well on Creative Market because the audience needs my digital assets to HELP them. My listings on Etsy however, are competing with many other non-like things such as like handbags, wallpaper, nursing covers, and wooden coffee tables. The 2 are vastly different.

Can you get rich quick?

It’s definitely not a get rich quick scheme on either platforms. Although other blogs will tell you that. Well, at least for me.

It’s a slow and steady pace working upwards and you have to dedicate time to create, build and market you store listings and it doesn’t happen over night. But as with anything, perseverance always wins. Remember, quality over quantity. If you produce good stuff, it will sell.

While yes, I can complain about all the fees and such, but at the end of the day at least it’s better than making no money right? And I’m doing something I love! And even better, I’m creating passive income. That’s the beauty about selling digital products.

Hey! My name is Marina. I am an artist, a designer, a wife, a mom, a bad cook, and a great cleaning lady. I say no to clutter and yes to pushing the envelope. I am a complete design geek and I thoroughly embrace my OCD qualities.


Free Fonts Collection 



I know it can be time consuming trying to find the perfect fonts for your next project. That’s why, I’ve scoured the web and have created the ultimate free fonts collection for 2017.

These simple and modern fonts are perfect for blog logos, graphics, and cool for typography designs. These are some awesome fonts that will help take your project to the next level.


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Instructions for Downloading The Fonts


  1. Click on the link of the font you want to download.
  2. It will automatically open a new page, there you’ll be able to download the font. Click, “Download.”
  3. When the file has completely downloaded, drag it onto your desktop.
  4. If the file appears in Zip File, double right click to open.
  5. Open up control panel > appearance > fonts.
  6. Drag font to font folder and it will be automatically added to your fonts.


I hope you enjoy these beautiful free fonts! I would love to know which fonts are your favorite! Comment and tell me below.

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I love free crafty fonts!

These fonts are perfect for your crafty projects and you can download them all in minutes!  I love having just the right font for my craft projects, blog images, Project Life cards and any other idea that I dream up that day.  It’s a super big pain to have to stop and search for something that looks just right.  Have you ever had that happen??  It drives me crazy!

Download all these and you should be ready to go on any crafty project!  Click on the links below to download…have fun!

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Etsy Logo Font

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What font does Etsy use? The closest font you can get for the Etsy logo is Minister EF Book font.

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