Make a Facebook Cover with Design Templates

Make a Facebook Cover with Design Templates
June 13, 2017 Fabiola Landa

With over one billion unique monthly visitors, Facebook is the largest social network out there. And your Facebook cover photo is the first thing your page visitors see, so it’s kind of a big deal. Although you may think there isn’t much science behind it, there are actually a few things you need to know when you make a Facebook cover. For example, you’re gonna want to have the right dimensions and a classy design. Lucky for you, PicMonkey templates make this easy as can be. Whether it’s for your business page or personal profile, follow these quick steps for creating an amazing cover photo.

Choose a template

We know what you’re thinking … “How do I pick? They’re all amazing.” We feel you. But try to picture your company name and logo in the template, or consider the look you’re going for and you’ll be able to narrow it down. A template is a phenomenal place to start your Facebook cover because not only do you have a beautiful design at your fingertips, but you’ve got yourself a canvas with the exact dimension you need. You’re welcome.


Everything you see on a PicMonkey templates is customizable. From images and graphics to fonts and text. Start by right-clicking an image and you’ll be given the option to replace it from your computer, Hub, or any other account you have connected to PicMonkey. Next, use your Layers palette to easily control all graphics and text in your design.

Tip: If you upload an image, use it as your color palette . The color picker will help you match any hue or tone on your canvas.


Save your masterpiece to your computer or add it to Hub. That way, you can go back and edit later. Upload it to Facebook and ta-dah! You did it.


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Fabiola Landa
Fabiola Landa is a social media marketer here at PicMonkey. When she's not creating wonders on, she's probably traveling, at the beach, or taking pictures somewhere.