Stationery Brand Mock-ups

October 25, 2013 |

Use our Stationery Brand Mockups as a great presentation tool in your designer toolbox or for your portfolio. You can easily swap in your design with a few clicks in the high resolution 3000px x 2000px template and instantly have a professional mock-up. Using photo-realistic lighting to create great looking shadows you can easily get a professional mock-up with very little effort.

Check out this preview video we made below.

Create professional mock-ups in seconds!

High resolution layouts at 3000px x 2000px at 300dpi

There are 9 different photo-realistic layout templates that are all crazy simple to use and feature fully customizable layers of the 7 different branding items.

All templates use smart objects that are already transformed to sit directly on the surface of each stationary item.

Easily change the color of the envelope liner and the pencil to match the brand color.

All 9 mock-up presentations in a single PSD file for easy use. Replace the business card once and it automatically updates in all the other layouts!

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Not For Resale. Can use for personal or Commercial Projects.


Tested with Photoshop CS2 and later.

  • http://somethinginteractive.com/ Michael J Kormendy

    It’s spelled StationERY .. not StationARY. 🙂

    • http://mattvojacek.com/ Matt Vojacek

      Good call, thanks

      • http://somethinginteractive.com/ Michael J Kormendy

        What version of Photoshop is this created with? I have CS6 and a great load of memory, but this thing takes upward to 30 minutes to access the smart objects, and another 30 minutes to save and update the layout.

        • http://mattvojacek.com/ Matt Vojacek

          It was made with CS5. It is a rather large file but it certainly shouldn’t be taking that long to open. For me it opens almost instantly. It may depend a little on the type of computer you’re running.

          • http://somethinginteractive.com/ Michael J Kormendy

            Running a Macbook Pro, 16GB Memory.

          • http://somethinginteractive.com/ Michael J Kormendy

            I figured out the problem. I am using a FontExplorer pro which has autoactivation of typefaces, but it was hanging on not being able to find the font that you use in your layouts. Every time I try to load up the file it asks for a font I don’t have. Suggestion might be to use a default computer font in your mockups so the files don’t load up with issues at the start.

          • http://mattvojacek.com/ Matt Vojacek

            ahh, yeah that’s a good idea. Sorry about the confusion. Enjoy!