Printable Valentine’s Day Picture and Tutorial

I’m back with another tutorial for a holiday printable. This time it is a Printable Valentine’s Day Picture. I love the colors of this beautiful day. Bright, fun, a pick me up in your house for sure. The only thing that makes it better are sweet words that you can pick on your own.

I posted a PicMonkey Tutorial for a Fall Printable this past fall but since then PicMonkey has changed a bit to make it easier to make your own custom sized printables. So, I thought I’d update it! Make your own or just print this one off to use, I don’t mind! :)

There is also a PDF link below for anyone that would rather print off the picture that way. :)

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Here are the steps you can use to make your own: 

Step 1: Open up PicMonkey. If you don’t have an account, create one. It’s free!

Step 2: Decide what size you would like your picture to be. This is a new (er) feature that PicMonkey has added. I decided on 5×7 for this printable but you can choose 4×6, 8×10, etc.

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Step 3: Choose a theme to use. I chose Valentine’s Day for this one but there are lots to choose from and some cross holidays so it is great to look through all of the options.

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Step 4: Start designing. You can use a blank canvas and just choose a background color or get a little more creative. For this printable, I used a Valentine’s Day Frame.

Step 5: Begin adding your text.

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Step 6: Continue adding your text. I like to use different fonts, different colors, and change the direction of the text so it isn’t all going the same way.

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Step 7: Throughout the process add in icons or images that you enjoy (cupid, arrows, etc.) The Valentine’s theme offers a ton to choose from!

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Step 8: When you are finished, save your file. I saved mine as a jpg in the highest resolution.

Step 9: Print off your image! Make sure to print the picture in its actual size – this is important because you want it to print to a 5×7 size (or the size you chose)!

I hope you enjoy it!

Here is the PDF of the file in case you prefer to open and print this way.

About Lauryn Blakesley


Mom of three vivacious children and wife to one extremely vivacious husband! Lover of knitting, running (although mostly after little ones right now), the color orange, fun accessories, fall, tea, and a clean kitchen floor. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my three to treat others as they would want to be treated.

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  1. Love this!!! Pic monkey rocks!!
    Lindsey recently posted…The Sexy PostMy Profile

  2. What a great tutorial! I love PicMonkey, and never thought to use it to make a valentine’s printable.
    Amiyrah recently posted…7 Things to buy in FebruaryMy Profile

  3. Very cute! And I didn’t realize you could create backgrounds like that in the photo editor– Duh– I’ve been doing it the hard way. Pinning!
    Carrie recently posted…Meet Charlie.My Profile

  4. This is really cool! Thank you for sharing, Lauryn! I love how your Mom spelled your name. It is so pretty : ).
    Life with Kaishon recently posted…Well, the Super Bowl came and went and we lived to tell about it.My Profile

  5. Super cute!
    kim @ DESIGN + LIFE + KIDS recently posted…black, white + gold iphone casesMy Profile

  6. This is adorable!
    Jeanine @MommyEntourage recently posted…The LEGO Movie Review and Sneak Peek!My Profile

  7. Such a cute idea!
    Jessica @EatSleepBe recently posted…10 Great Organizations that Support our TroopsMy Profile

  8. Thank you for linking this up at our All Things Valentines Link Up! We’re kicking off the All Things Spring Link Up on Feb 28th. I hope you’ll stop by and link up again! Blessings!

    (This is the short link should you want to stop by the All Things Spring Link Up when it goes live –> http://wp.me/p4fdY3-dA )

  9. Thank you for linking this up at our All Things Valentines Link Up! We’re kicking off the All Things Spring Link Up on Feb 28th. I hope you’ll stop by and link up again! Blessings!

    (This is the short link should you want to stop by the All Things Spring Link Up when it goes live –> http://wp.me/p4fdY3-dA )

    Marissa D
    Marissa D recently posted…Made to LoveMy Profile

  10. Super cute! I love PicMonkey <3
    Kym recently posted…Five last-minute Valentine’s Day sewing project ideasMy Profile

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