Textures

4.28.2012

I have never been able to figure out how to apply textures to photos since I am technically computer challenged. I was so glad to find picmonkey.com and to play with textures. Here are some photos I played around with.

I love how this texture makes this look like fabric.

This one was the paint feature in textures.

Love the marbling of this one.

Antique look here.

Another one using "paint".

Love this effect added to these bottles.

Script

Same bottle with another cool texture.

What's that you say? Oh, where can you find these bottles?
Come back on Sunday for a fun giveaway and where you can purchase some like these just in
time for Mother's Day.

Have you played in picmonkey.com yet?

If I can do it anyone can.

36 comments:

  1. Very cool Kim! I have not heard of picmonkey before. Thanks ...can't wait to play!

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  2. Kim,
    I will be back :-)
    Yes I LOVE picmonkey.So easy and fun too.
    Anne

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  3. I have heard of it, just haven't tried it yet. Maybe I'll try this weekend.

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  4. I have played with PicMonkey... it's wonderfully easy and fun. And those bottles? I want them all my dear!

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  5. Kim~ I found this framed picture on my local CL. It looks like something that would fit into your house so nicely. http://dallas.craigslist.org/ndf/hsh/2967598855.html

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  6. Hi Kimmie! Oh, you did good!
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  7. I have only used it a little; just cropping and putting a water mark on pics, but after seeing this I must go and play! What fun and pretty pics. I think my favorites are the ones that look like fabric and the script.

    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!

    Blessings,
    Robin ~ Southern Bella

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  8. Kim, these photos are beautiful and yes, the texture feature does make it look like fabric. I recently discovered picmonkey and love it. Haven't played with many of the features yet. Since picmonkey will soon be adding collages, I won't have to be so sad that piknic closed down. I'm all for easy photo editing and Photoshop is a nightmare sometimes.

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  9. I have played with it a little bit but haven't tried the textures. Very cool!

    -heather

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  10. The first one and the script are my favorite. No, I haven't played it yet. Maybe some day I'll get there...:)

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  11. Kim I love PicMonkey that's what I've been using since picnik closed. Your pics look awesome!

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  12. Kim- I have never used those things either. I need to get out there and try it! Those bottles are great! xo Diana

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  13. Love your pictures. I have used Picmonkey but only to take away wrinkles and make myself slimmer ;)

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  14. Love the effects! Haven't played with picmonkey yet, but have with photobucket. Don't think the bucket has all the stuff that the monkey does, though. Will definitely be checking it out! Thank you for the great information!
    Nancy

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  15. I'm challenged on the computer, too. Thanks for sharing all the cool editing tricks you can achieve at picmonkey. I'm looking forward to visiting their site.

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  16. Fun, Kim! I love playing on PicMonkey, too...easy and creative!

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  17. I love picmonkey.. it's very easy to use and the effects are just as good as picnik. (same people, so that makes sense.)

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  18. I love picmonkey.. it's very easy to use and the effects are just as good as picnik. (same people, so that makes sense.)

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  19. I am using picmonky for all my photos now, but haven't had a chance to play with the textures feature yet. Looks like a lot of fun.
    Laura

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  20. Never tried picmonkey, but these are great affects.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  21. I have been having loads of fun on PicMonkey! Love all of the wonderful features you can use to remove wrinkles and to add a natural glow to the skin. And I feel the same way Kim...if I can do it anyone can! Have a great Sunday!!!

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  22. Kim, these are cool. Thanks for the heads up on picmonkey. Had not heard of them. I will try it. Have a great Sunday. ginger

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  23. How wonderful are those pics!...I need to get my act together and start using it!!...Thanks for the beautiful images!

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  24. Love the textures! No, I have not played with picmonkey yet...just might have to now!

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  25. Thanks for the info Kim! i've been using Picmonkey but havent tried the texture yet!
    Thanks
    Susan
    Homeroad

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  26. How wonderful! Your photos are beautiful! Feeling like my to-do list runneth over, but I've added this one on!

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  27. Hi Kim! Thank you so much for stopping by yesterday and your sweet comments. I am so glad you told me about the feature!! I DID miss it! Life has been crazy here since I finished that project, and I have missed going to a lot of blogs since then. : (
    Thanks for letting me know! I am sporting the WOW button proudly now! ;)

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  28. I have been meaning to try this program. You are giving me hope I will be able to accomplish something with it. Thanks.

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  29. I found Picmonkey a while back and it is my go to editing tool now. I understand it was started by the same people who created Picnik

    Janet xox
    The Empty Nest

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  30. Kim,
    You have discovered textures! They are fun. It took me a while to figure out how to make the best of them.
    If you need any help with editing photos, let me know.

    ♥charlotte

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  31. Kim, I don't know how to get to the giveaway post on the bottles once this new blog stuff has started. I just want to know where to purchase the bottles, Thanks. Lynn.

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  32. Wow, those photos look really cool! I have only spent a few minutes on pic monkey. I don't like learning how to use new programs, but you are right, it seemed fairly simple. After looking at what you've done here, I am inspired to head over and spend a little more time playing around.
    LOVE those bottles!
    xo-Lisa

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  33. Lovely techniques. I would have guessed the first shot was fabric until I read further. I have never tried that program, may head over and give it a look-see:)

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  34. I really must get over there, I've been using PIcasa which is great for no-fuss, no-frills photo editing, but PicMonkey looks like fun:)

    Jessica
    stayathomeista.com

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  35. Lovely photos, Kim, and fun effects! I'll have to try that site sometime. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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