Hello Summer | Free Summer Blogger Template

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Hello Summer | Free Summer Blogger Template

Hello Summer | Free Summer Blogger Template

It has been a long time since we had a free blogger template for you, so I decided to create a new one! This time it is all about summer with a blue and coral color palette and shell drawings in the header. It will be perfect for seasonal use or for all travel lovers. If you were looking for a quick blog makeover, make sure to grab this free summer blogger template


Free Summer Blogger Template

When installed on your blog, you’ll be able to edit the title, tagline, and menu link titles. All of your existing sidebar gadgets will remain with this design.

You can edit fonts and most design colors using the blogger template editor, so feel free to play with the settings. Make sure to share the results with your blog link in the comments below. Everything else comes as shown in the preview.

This design IS mobile responsive, however, remember that it is for Blogger Platform only.

Make sure to check the live demo of the desigining by clicking the image below.

Preview of Free Summer Blogger Template with a gorgeous shell drawings.

For personal use only.

NOTE: this template is available as a free download through August 31, 2021 only. After that, a $5 download fee applies.


The download package includes an Installation Instruction to help you set-up your new design. Remember that by downloading this template you agree to these terms. Enjoy!

Did you know we can help you with adding accessories to your design? Anything from custom logos to social media widgets can be found in our accessories shop. If you are looking for something really specific, contact us, and we will make it for you!



If you are looking for more blogger designs, you can find them in our Premade Templates Blogger Shop. They are all just $15 each, so it is a perfect option for a stylish and affordable blog makeover.


Lastly, I hope you like this free summer blogger template. Do you like the seasonal free blogger templates or would you prefer more printables instead?