Qikink's Mockup Generator to Create Products for your Online Store

Creating Mockups using Mockup Generator

You can create unlimited mockups using the Qikink mockup generator. Let's see how to create mockups using Qikink's mockup generator.


Mockup Generator 

Step 1: Log in to your Qikink Dashboard

Step 2: Go to Mock-Up Generator 

Step 3: Select the category

Step 4: Select the product

Step 5: Add your design or select from My designs 

Step 6: Align the design as per your requirement. 

Step 7: Click on Download Mockup to save them on your computer. 

You can download different angles of product mockups from the Qikink mockup generator.

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