How To Make an About Me Image in Picmonkey

How to Make an About Me Image in Picmonkey | angiemakes.com

About Me Images Courtesy Of Happinessis, Club NarwhalThe Search of JoyCatshy Crafts

So confession. I love Photoshop. In fact, I pretty much use it every day. HOWEVER, I totally get why a ton of bloggers have been singing the praises of Picmonkey. Even though it can only do like .2% of the things that Photoshop can, it’s still a free, easy, and quick alternative to making simple blog graphics. Like a delightfully girly about me image that’s as unique as you are.

Here’s what I whipped up in Picmonkey in under 2 minutes:

How to Make an About Me Image | angiemakes.com

And seriously, you can whip one up too! Bland sidebar images are a thing of the past friends. Here’s how to make an about me image in Picmonkey. (Grab your easy button. You’ll need to hit it after you’re done!)

Here’s some more creative and cute about me image examples from a post I wrote awhile back. Oh, and Marianne wrote this great about me images blog post as well. Be inspired! Go forth and create!

Oh, and here is a link to the watercolor clip art swashes / elements I used in my about me image. All come as PNG images which work great in Picmonkey.

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15 thoughts on “How To Make an About Me Image in Picmonkey

  1. Hey thanks for the mention, and great tutorial! I’ll share it for sure.
    I didn’t know you had done a showcase too! (But something went wrong with the link above).

    1. Marianne! Thanks for the heads up about the link. Just fixed it. :)

      And I have a feeling I’ll be linking to your blog a LOT more in the future. It’s such a great resource! :)

  2. Love this, Angie! And what a fun surprise seeing my about photo up there :) I adore Picmonkey (especially pre-Photoshop days) and this is a great tutorial that shows just how easy it is to add some spunk to a blog!

    1. Amy,

      It’s so true! Just discovering Picmonkey. Where have I been?! Seriously good stuff. Your blog is adorable and obviously your about me image is too. :)

  3. Wow! Thanks for this post. I was inspired to get rid of my old Blogger profile and make an actual “about me” image using PicMonkey, Photoshop, and a cute freebie from your blog!

  4. hi Angie! love you website, and thanks for the great tutorial. Can you put a watermark on your custom blog banner/header? or is there no need for one?
    thanks.

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