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Video Tutorial: Design Your Own Holiday Cards

Are you rush, rush, rushing around trying to get your holiday cards out the door? If so, get them out quickly with PicMonkey. In this quick video tutorial Jenn walks through two design...

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Holiday Cards for the Ho-Ho-Hurried

When you visualize the holiday season you probably think about roasting chestnuts and twinkling lights and chillaxing moments with a mug of hot cocoa. Instead, it can be utter madness, as we all...

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Top Tips for Using Santa Costume Effects

Kris Kringling: Top Tips for Using Santa Costume Effects

You see them when you’re sleeping; you see them when you’re awake. If you’re ready to join the Santa Claus brigade, use our SantaLand costume effects, for goodness’ sake! We’ve got a few...

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Holiday eCookbook

Our Free Holiday eCookbook Will Bake You Very Happy

Knowing someone who bakes is a beautiful thing. They make delicious things that you get to eat and then marvel at how it makes every fiber of your being sing. Knowing a food...

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12 Days of PicMonkey

12 Days of PicMonkey: Photo Challenge

Details for entering PicMonkey's photo challenge: 12 Days of PicMonkey, which runs December 9 through December 20th, 2013.

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Make a Holiday Photo Card

Make a Holiday Photo Card

’Tis the season for getting in touch with your peeps! Whether they live far away and you may not see them for another three years, or they live down the street and you’ll...

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10 Steps to an Edit-Worthy Holiday Photo

10 Steps to an Edit-worthy Group Portrait

Do your group portraits make you wanna face swap? Shooting a group portrait gets more challenging with every person you add to the mix. Here’s a quick run-through of steps that’ll get you...

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Designers Guide to Winterland

Designer’s Guide to Winterland for Holiday Cards

Oh no we di-int.  Oh yes we did bring you a lustrous new theme: Winterland!  Use these efffects to start making your Christmas, Hanukka, Kwanzaa, and New Year holiday cards now. Jen Shetterly...

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