My name is Kara and I am the creative mommy blogger behind Mine for the Making. I share crafts, recipes, frugal decor, parties, kid-friendly ideas, tutorials, prints, and all things DIY. I’m a teacher turn homeschool momma to my 5 year old and I love sharing my ideas and co-hosting Tot School Tuesdays with Vanessa. She has become such a sweet real life friend and I am honored to be here so that she can take time to soak in her new sweet pea.
Today I am sharing how to make a Baby Stats Print using PicMonkey. PicMonkey is a (mostly) free site that allows you to edit photos and often times I use it to create prints. If you have not used PicMonkey yet, don’t worry. I’m here to show you just how easy it is.
After opening PicMonkey, you want to click on “Edit Photo” and upload a high resolution white page. (You can download a free one HERE and save it to your computer.)
Now it’s time to play! You can rotate the page so that it’s landscape (or leave it!), add text and images. You are able to resize the text and images as well as change the colors. I love mixing fonts and different shades of colors. I stuck with pinks and a bit of yellow to best match Miss Amelia’s nursery (which I believe is coral and gold…can’t wait for Vanessa’s reveal).
When you are finished, save it and print it out as an 8×10 or 5×7 (you should be able to adjust the size in print settings). Cut it out and stick it in a pretty frame. Such a sweet, personal gift for a new baby.
Here’s how the print turned out that I made using Vanessa’s baby girl’s stats…
And here it is in a pretty white frame I bought at Hobby Lobby a while back…
Thanks so much for hanging out with me for a bit today! I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial…let me know if you try it out!
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