When creating your QR Code you will be given the option to choose from a range of frames, or to have no frame at all.
As you can see, having a frame can really make your QR Code "pop" and often includes details about what your customer can expect by scanning your code. If you choose to add a frame, you will have the ability to adjust the frame's placement, color, icon, and even add custom text.
Note: It's also possible to add frames to the QR Code on your own using a photo editor. To download all available frames, click here.
We recommend downloading and saving both the QR Code and frame under the same file format. It’s possible to have them in different formats but you would need professional editing software in order to compile them.
Once you have both files downloaded, open the frame with image editing software (such as Photoshop, Illustrator, or even Microsoft Paint). Then paste the QR Code on top of it, specifically within the center of the frame.
The last step is to save the QR Code with the frame as a single image. You can print from there.