How to Add Labels to Your Pictures in PicMonkey

I have been getting a lot of questions about how I make the labels on my pictures, so I decided to make a tutorial for y'all!

Here are some examples of what I am talking about:

DIY Placemats
Homemade Pizza
How to Organize Your Closet
I am assuming when I start this tutorial that you have already gone to PicMonkey and uploaded your photo.  I will be adding a label to my DIY Painted Curtains.

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If you have any other questions or would like for me to do another tutorial, be sure to leave a comment or email at limitedspaceorganizing(at)gmail(dot)com!!

19 comments:

  1. ah perfect, thanks girl! PS - Taking closet pics SOON, I am a terrible blogger bestie. xoxo

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  2. This is great! Thank you! Are these options available only if you upgrade on Pic Monkey? I need to do this

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    1. Nope! I haven't upgraded to anything, it's all free! You can get more fun options if you pay like $5 a month, but I haven't done that

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  3. Wow Sarah, "ask and you shall receive"! Thanks so much for this!!! Now I have to download PicMonkey, haha! I have been using GIMP for the past couple of weeks and my head hurts from all the fancy lingo. PicMonkey looks like it might be a bit more user friendly, no? Again, thank you so much!!!

    www.natandgang.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for following Natalie!! And yes, this is very user friendly! I haven't had any troubles with it!

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  4. And I am your newest follower! XXX

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  5. PicMonkey is the best :) I am so glad I found it haha!

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  6. ahhh i have just been using powerpoint and downloading different frames but I am loving this tutorial!!

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  7. Do you have any tricks to sizing the label? I really struggle with it doing what I want it to.

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    1. I either just use the little circles to change the size, or you can you those arrow buttons next to the "delete" button

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  8. Pic Monkey is the best. I use photoshop but when I don't have my computer with me, Pic Monkey is where it's at! :)

    Jill
    Classy with a Kick

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  9. Thanks for posting this! I love this bc I want to create more photo labels but don't have photoshop and wanted to figure out another way. This is great!

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  10. Thanks for sharing! I found your blog on the link up at hooah and hiccups, and I'm really excited to follow along with you and get some organizing tips!

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  11. I need to take more time editing my photos and whatnot...so cute!

    Coffee Beans and Bobby Pins

    Gigglosophy Giveaway!

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  12. thank god for this post. I'm new to blogging and figured everyone uses photoshop, which I could never afford or figure out. I think even I could figure out pic monkey! following your blog now :) (always love finding another texas girl!)

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  13. Sarah
    Thanks for sharing! I already use PicMonkey but somehow overlooked the "fade" feature.
    Thanks again!
    ~ Megin of VMG206
    Tile Photo Coasters ~ Gift Idea

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  14. Sarah, I have been looking for this--thanks for sharing!

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