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Video Tutorial: Shape Outlines

Here’s how it works at PicMonkey: you ask, we deliver. You want shape outlines for your geometric overlays? You got shape outlines for your geometric overlays, plus more color options. Check your struggles...

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Video Tutorial: Basic Edits

Vanilla ice cream has a bad rap. Some say it’s boring but we know better. PicMonkey’s Basic Edits menu is sometimes brushed off as being, well, vanilla. In reality, it can be the first...

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Tutorial: Sooper Cute Kids’ Valentines

It’s that time of year when kids hand out pink valentines! Pink, wot? Okay, we realize that not all children are fans of pink, so along with our classic pink-on-pink design, we also...

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Video Tutorial: DIY Wedding Save the Dates

DIY wedding-ers, rejoice! This tutorial gives step-by-step directions for making your own save the dates and other wedding communications. Now who’s got the mad skills? You.     Related articles: Dearly Beloved: Our Graphic Design...

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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 Recipe Cards

Share the Num-Nums: Make a Recipe Card!

’Tis the season for cooking, baking, and fattening up your friends with delicious food gifts! And it’s a bit cruel to give someone a scrumptious thing without a recipe card that shows how...

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Make Place Cards for Your Fancy Dinner

Tutorial: DIY Place Cards for Your Fancy Dinner

Place cards make your dinner party extra spiffy and fully qualify you to use the word “tablescape” when you brag about it later. Our tutorial gives you two designs: one based in our...

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Day of the Dead Tutorial

Tutorial: Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead begins November 1. Honor the souls of the departed with a beautiful skull mask on your photo subject or profile pic. Learn how with our easy step-by-step guide. Read...

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Be a Witch Tutorial

Tutorial: Be a Witch!

Just because you’re a doll doesn’t mean you can’t be a hag!  Learn how to transform your profile pic into a witch, with this step-by-step guide to using our witch photo effects. Want...

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Make Your Photo into a Zombie

Tutorial: Zombify Yourself

If you don’t mind cruddy skin and a slack jaw, making your photo into a Zombie might be right up your alley. Your dark, moonlit alley. With you in torn jeans and a...

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Breaking Vlad: A Vampire Tutorial

Breaking Vlad: A Vampire Tutorial

We know that you’ve held your dark passenger at bay. You yearn to transform your photo to show the vampire that lurks within you! But maybe you’re worried that you’ll never return to...

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Using the New Collage Features

Tutorial: Using Photo Collage Features

G’head and open a new Collage to play with as learn. Basic Edits right in Collage cells When you hover your cursor over an image that has been placed in a collage cell,...

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Top Ten Tutorials Made by You

Top Ten Tutorials Made by You

There are way, way more PicMonkey pros out there in world than there are here at PicMonkey HQ, and we’re pretty humbled by the quality and variety of the work people are putting...

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How to Use Clone

Video Tutorial: Clone Tool

Ever get a great shot only to discover that you had your finger over the lens? Don’t despair; simply use the Clone tool to remove your appendage (from the photo, that is). Cloning...

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Using Touch Up Wisely

Tutorial: Using Touch Up Wisely

If you’ve seen Kung Fu movies, you know the bow. The left hand, in a fist, is met by the palm of the right hand, with fingers wrapped around it. Some say this...

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Cool Tips

Cool Tips Nobody Knows

Yes, it’s a clean, minimalist interface. Yes, you can transform your photos with just a few clicks in our photo editor. Yes, it’s easy as all get-out to use. But we’ve got some...

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