It’s only 10 days to Valentine’s Day! Do you have Valentine’s cards for your loved ones? It not, here’s one I created in PicMonkey. I’ve saved it in PDF format, so you can attach it easily to an email or print it. You could even frame it to display in your home. Here’s a link to the printable version: Always and Forever FREE Printable.
Right now I use PicMonkey to edit all the photos on this blog. So, I’ve become quite good at using all PicMonkey’s amazing features. But, Tiffany, my niece and former blogging partner, gifted me Adobe Photoshop Elements at Christmas!!! I’m excited to get started on that (thanks, Tiff!), but I’m sure there is quite a learning curve, so I’ll continue to use PicMonkey, too. Here’s a great picture I took of Tiffany during our Christmas outing to a special event in December (she was listening to her daughters, the Princesses P, tell her about a visit with Santa):
Isn’t she pretty? She’s sweet, too. The “sweet” in Toot Sweet 4 Two, when we started this blog together in 2012.
The nice thing about PicMonkey is that not only can you edit photos, but you can create your own designs too. I’ve written numerous tutorials on PicMonkey’s different features, so if you want to learn more, just type PicMonkey in my search bar and they’ll come up. But, I’m including a few links below, to wet your whistle:
This tutorial, Oh, the Thinks You Can Think, demonstrates how easy it is to upload a photo into PicMonkey and with a few clicks of your mouse, make your photo pop! Easy and fun.
Here Comes Peter Cottontail – A PicMonkey Tutorial teaches you how to make this adorable printable from scratch. Also easy, using your mouse to drag overlays into place and resize them.
This tutorial is part of a series that teaches you to use PicMonkey’s many editing tools. This lesson is on how to “Design Your Own.”
Even if you aren’t as enthusiasitic about creating in PicMonkey (it’s just not your thing), you can still click on these links and print any of my printables to use for your personal use, such as framing them for the holidays.
Don’t forget…it’s 10 Days to Valentine’s Day – a FREE Printable for Your Loved One!