DIY Polaroid Stationery Labels in PicMonkey

And she’s back! Gosh, have I missed blogging. But I am glad I took a break, I’m feeling a lot better about my little corner of the Internet now! Today is a tutorial for some Polaroid stationery labels! These are so cute and you can customise them to your own taste.

For this DIY all you will need is your computer and a website called PicMonkey. I use this for just about EVERYTHING! It’s so simple to use and one of my favourte free editing websites.

1. Open up picmonkey.com. Hover your mouse over ‘Design’ then click ‘Square’

Lots of Love Lottie Instruction 1

2. Click on ‘Frames’ then ‘Polaroid Frame’. Tick the ‘Transparent Background’ box and set the ‘Rotate’ to 0°.

Lots of Love Lottie Instruction 2

 3. Insert a pattern for the background. Just use Google Images or a free stock photo website. Or use a photo of your own! Then hold down SHIFT on your keyboard and drag the corners of the picture out so they fit the Polaroid frame. Then right click on the picture and press ‘Send to Back’.

Lots of Love Lottie Instruction 34. Add a white rectangle and fade it out, if you wish. This will be the name label!

Lots of Love Lottie Instruction 45. Add a text box and type in your name or whatever you fancy! The font i used is from 1001fonts.com and is called DJB COFFEE SHOPPE ESPRESSO.

Lots of Love Lottie Instruction 5

And that’s it! Super simple stationery labels. You can also read this post I wrote last year on how to make another type of stationery label. Hope you enjoyed!

Are you going to try these out? What’s your favourite shop to buy stationery from? I love WH Smith and Paperchase!

Lots of Love,

Lottie ♥

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