Have you heard of PicMonkey? It’s an online photo editing site! And, I love it! I have the FULL pro edition of Photoshop, yet I do just about all of my photo editing and fun photo projects in PicMonkey! Photoshop has a rather steep learning curve (which I haven’t had the time to learn yet), where as PicMonkey is super easy and user-friendly. It’s totally easy enough for beginners, yet has some of the features comparable to the pricey editing software. Actually, it’s what I’ve been doing just about all of my editing in that you see here on the blog. I use it for watermarks & custom overlays (which Becca from Our Crazy Boys just made me a great transparent one), collages, and even printables. I shared my cute spring printables earlier today, made my fun Nebraska Football & Cornhusker Marching Band Subway Art printables during football season! Fun, huh?! You can actually use PicMonkey completely free (not even any registration required). And, there is A LOT available for free! Fun fonts, overlays, cute seasonal items, and even some great new lighting effects like bokeh & sparkles! However, there are even MORE fun features that have a little crown by them. Those are the Royale features!
Some of my favorite fonts, overlays, and effects are only available to the Royale subscribers! For those that want access to the all the fun that PicMonkey has to offer, you can get a monthly subscription for $4.99/month or an annual subscription for just $33.00. Or, you can WIN IT!!
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Disclosure: I received a PicMonkey Royale membership for the purposes of review; no other compensation was received. All opinions and experiences are entirely my own. I’ve been using PicMonkey since it started! 🙂