Once again I am talking about free blog templates. I can’t help myself – when I see a blog layout I like, I want to know who designed it, where they found that layout. So, I click. This time I found Our Blogger Templates. They have over 100 free templates available and the instructions for installing them on your blog and adding your own header image. There is even a tutorial for designing your own template. With all these great, easy to customize templates available, I don’t know that I will ever need to design my own, but I would love to learn how.
I installed one of the free templates from Our Blogger Templates, created and added my own header image, and customized all my colors. I actually found another template I thought would go with my new header better than the one I originally installed, but I was having some troubles getting Blogger to cooperate with me, so I just changed the colors of the one I had already installed. I wasn’t sure I was going to like the ‘New’ Blogger, but it does make changing colors easy. Most of these free templates say that 99% of the colors can easily be changed, and I have to believe them, because I changed an awful lot of the colors.
I grabbed my header image from Pixdaus. I hadn’t heard of it before, but Our Blogger Templates used some images from there for their blog headers, so I clicked and found all kinds of interesting images. I liked the frogs, 1) because I like frogs, and 2) because they look like they’re so excited about something that they just can’t keep their mouths shut and they ‘just gotta share this’ – or am I stretching things a bit? Anyway, lots of images on Pixdaus.
When you click template installation guides and instructions on the Our Blogger Templates site, there’s a link to more sources for header images. I figure, with enough sources, you’re bound to find the right image or template, right?