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How to make collage using PicMonkey (Tutorial)

make collage using picmonkey
 
PicMonkey is the new online picture editor that is fun to use to make your pictures more amazing. It has great many features and just like Picnik, it is free to use without any registration. You can use it anywhere and get great results. Now you can also make collages for well yes especially a great feature for bloggers. Although this tempts me even more about there original collages which are not yet introduced. If you are new over here, you would like to see what I had to say about PicMonkey when it was just 2 days old.
 
Here’s a quick tutorial to make collages.
 

Make Collage using PicMonkey

 
how to make collage
 
Start by opening one of there images.
 
How to make collage using picmonkey
 
Then go over to Geometric overlays (as indicated by pink). And cover the shoe image with white square.
 
 
Now you have a white background. Click on the “Your Own” at the top in the overlays and add your own image.
Resize your image as you like.
 
 
Continue to add as many images as you want. You can also add any text you like.
 
 
Finally go to the “Basic Edits” and crop your image. And your done.
 
make collage using picmonkey
 
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27 responses to “How to make collage using PicMonkey (Tutorial)”

  1. Bonnie @ Uncommon says:

    you are sooo smart! thanks for the tute!! 😉

  2. Shelley {Crazy Wonderful} says:

    This is SUCH a great tip! Thank you for sharing, I'm pinning it right now!

  3. Mary-Sweetwater Style says:

    Great Minds think alike…and we must have great minds….take a peek at the post I did today about photo editing sites…tee hee!
    http://sweetwaterstyle.blogspot.com/2012/04/photo-editing-fun.html

    Love your tutorial…will have to try it!

  4. [email protected] says:

    Thank you, thank you! I've been wondering how to do this. I'm in love with picmonkey and you've made that love even stronger!

  5. [email protected] says:

    Hani! I love PicMonkey!! Awesome Tutorial! I nominate you for the Versatile Blogger Award! Check it out!
    http://www.thestonybrookhouse.com/2012/04/what.html

    Blessings,
    Lori

  6. Kristy R says:

    Thanks for the tutorial!!
    I'm a new follower!

  7. Zephyr Hill says:

    Thanks for sharing this very helpful tutorial! I was able to quickly create an attractive collage of the Mother's Day prize package I'm giving away on my blog in May!

    http://www.zephyrhillblog.com

  8. Bonnie Way says:

    I love Picmonkey and have been using them for some time. I recently discovered collages on Picnik and wanted to do the same in Picmonkey, so I'm disappointed they haven't added that feature yet (since Picnik is now gone). This sounds a bit labour-intensive, but maybe I'll try it… 'cause I really wanted to make a collage today! 🙂

  9. Marilyn Clark says:

    LOVE this info…pinned it! 😀

  10. Gray Cardigan says:

    Thanks for sharing this. I'll be new to PicMonkey so I am glad for this tutorial.

    Janet

  11. Ann says:

    Thank goodness for this— I am missing Picnok so much. No likey Picasa..too complicated for me!

  12. [email protected] says:

    Good one indeed. Thanks for discovering HOW.

  13. Danielle Wagasky says:

    So awesome!! I hadn't noticed that feature. I will definitely be using this. Thanks so much for linking up and sharing;)

  14. Sarah says:

    Thanks for the tutorial! I use picmonkey and have just been waiting and waiting for them to introduce collages.

  15. Organizing Made Fun Becky says:

    You are one clever chic! I have been WAITING for their collages to come through and you figured out a different way! Thanks for the help!

    Becky B.
    http://www.organizingmadefun.com
    Organizing Made Fun

  16. Kara at Petals to Picots says:

    This is great! I have been wanting to try Picmonkey. Thanks for the info. Thanks for sharing at my party. Have a great week!

  17. {northern cottage} says:

    what fun – thanks for sharing – i never would have thought of doing it this way on my own – such a smartie-pants you are! xo

    would love to have ya pop by for a visit sometime – giveaway going on now!

    NorthernCottage.net

  18. Miss Kitty says:

    Thanks for this tutorial, Hani! I have been to the PicMonkey site a couple of times and have found it very easy to use. I came across you post 'cause it was recommended by “Vintage Green” blog (I think…sometimes I get “lost” going from post to post)

  19. Rachel {BubblyNatureCreations.com} says:

    How cool!!! Thanks for linking this up… I am featuring it at the wrap up!!! xoxo- Rachel

  20. Gwen @ Gwenny Penny says:

    Awesome. Thank you!

  21. Holly C. says:

    This is awesome! Thank you so much. I'm off to give this a try!

  22. Sarah says:

    Hani…I loved when I found this out! Collages really cut down on the editing time 🙂 Thanks for sharing at Dwell on Joy!

  23. Brandi Morgan says:

    Oooohhhh!!! This is AWESOME! Thank you SO much for this tutorial! I have been waiting patiently for them to add collages, this will for sure tide me over!

  24. Marilyn Clark says:

    Just gave this post a shout out!

    http://4you-withlove.blogspot.com/2012/05/blogging-tips-7.html

    Marilyn

  25. Miki {Becoming What I Always Was} says:

    hello! I found this whole post very helpful and unique. Not a lot of people are fully aware of PicMonkey. I am hosting a link up where I am asking bloggers to link up their posts that are helpful to other bloggers. I'm hoping it can serve as a “directory” where new bloggers can come and learn a lot. I'd love if you link this post up!
    Miki
    http://www.whatialwayswas.com/2012/05/share-your-blogger-tips-and-tricks.html

  26. Jeanette says:

    This is an awesome tutorial! I am new to blogging and am just learning about pickmonkey. Great info! Thanks for sharing it.

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