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Hello everyone, and HAPPY FRIDAY!!! I don’t know about you, but I am ecstatic that Friday is finally here! My poor little baby boy is sick—it’s so sad. And the thing is, he is just so stinkin’ cute, that I can’t help but give him kisses all the time…so now I’m sick too (double sad). So I’m ready for a restful weekend!
I’m pretty stoked about today’s post as well. My first PicMonkey tutorial: how to change the color of graphics using PicMonkey! I’ve got to be honest with you, until now I have never used PicMonkey. I actually use the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator mostly) for all of my design work. Most designers use the Creative Suite, BUT PicMonkey is a pretty awesome alternative for those of you who are just looking to add some flair to pictures or create simple designs for your blog. Had PicMonkey been around when I was a kid, my mom seriously would have had to peel me away from the computer! Instead I just messed around with Printshop Deluxe (trust me, there’s nothing “Deluxe” about it, haha).
Ever since I posted my Free Laurel Wreath Graphics, I’ve had multiple people ask me if there is a way to change the color. The answer is YES! And PicMonkey actually makes it super easy too!!
Now that you know how to change your freebie graphics to whatever color your heart desires, you are pretty much unstoppable! Go nuts: make the most beautiful printable the world has ever know (with the exception of mine, of course;). And be sure to share your projects with me: I would love to feature what you’ve done through my social media outlets! It’s so fun to see the creativity of all you awesome people.
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