How to use Photoshop or Picmonkey to layer transparent (PNG) images on top of each other

Below I am going to show you how you can use any of the PNG graphics I share with you in either photoshop, or for all of you who don’t have photoshop, the wonderful FREE Picmonkey.

To use them in photoshop, just open the graphic and the photo you want to use. Re-size it if needed, copy and paste on top of you photo & move around!
See? Super easy!

 

You can tilt it, add text, change the opacity… basically the possibilities are endless!
After opening your image in Picmonkey, go to overlays and click add your own.
Your selected overlay should pop up and you can adjust the size, tilt it, or even change the color!
Super cute!
To see how to change the color of the graphics in Picmonkey, see this post HERE.
 Stay tuned for more super cute hand drawn graphics!

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  1. Found your blog today via Pinterest. Thank you for creating such wonderful tutorials. Exactly what I was looking for.

  2. Bree Rose says:

    This post just made my day! I love Picmonkey and this tutorial just made it so much better. I can't wait to use this technique on my next blog post!

  3. Tina Liel says:

    Thanks a lot! Love your website. A real treasure chest♥ Also thanks for all the great freebies!

  4. I love your website!!! I did have a question about these tho… how would I change the color…. I would like to use it in a green.

  5. Briseidy says:

    wow! thanks so much! I needed this 😉

  6. thank you so much for you tutorials and free downloads! i'm just dipping my toe in the water so to speak, and your blog has been incredibly helpful!

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