I’ve mentioned before that I love having various holiday prints framed around my home during the season. I think they can give a special touch to lots of nooks or out of the way places and brighten up some empty wall spaces. I decided to try using Pic Monkey to create a Rudolph.
Using Pic Monkey I started with the Design Tab. I chose to make this as a square. From there I used the reindeer images under the Santa Land themes. I enlarged the deer and changed the color to silver.
I added the text I wanted in the Great Vibes font provided on Pic Monkey and then enlarged it to cover the template.
To add a red nose, I selected add text, changed the color to red, increased the size and typed a period. Then, I positioned the period to the right place for the nose. Clicked save and then converted it to a PDF to share on the blog.
If you would like a printable version of the one I made you can find two different sizes here ~
I printed mine on card stock and trimmed it to fit the frame. I re-used the frame that I used for my It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Shopping Print.
Instead of hanging this one, it’s going to sit in a picture stand on my kitchen counter.
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