Who wants to learn how to make labels using PicMonkey?
I recently had a reader ask how I make my labels and thought it would be best to share an easy step by step tutorial. I currently use Lightroom to edit my blog photos, but I still use PicMonkey to make all my labels and collages. I love that it's free (for the basic version) and easy to use. Trust me, if I can figure it out anyone can.
I'll start off by sharing how I created very basic labels for my wood photo plaques.
PicMonkey then click on Design. (I usually just choose 8x10 if I need to make multiple labels. If I'm making a "custom" size then I'll click custom.)
Next, you'll click on the little butterfly overlay icon on the lefthand side.
Once you have the size you want you can add text by clicking on the text icon ("Tt")
A text box will appear that allows you to pick your font. (There are many free fonts available, but I do pay a fee for the "Royal" version that allows you more options.) For these particular labels I choose the free text, Lato.
laundry room tip jars.
There are a bunch of free labels, but since I have the paid version I chose one of the royal labels.
I changed the colors using the pop up box then added my text.
For these labels I chose another "royal" font, Sketch Block.
I hope this step by step guide was helpful! Even if you don't buy PicMonkey's royal version there are endless possibilities when it comes to creating labels.