Birthday Photo Tutorial

Make a Birthday photo tutorial

One of my favorite things to do at my children’s birthdays is make a photo like this. A photo that says their age, and their interests at that age. I find it far easier than scarpbooking or journaling, plus they are cute and fun!

And guess what? It is super easy to make these using and I am going to show you how.

Step one: Go to and Click on “Edit”

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Step two: Upload the photo you want to edit. You can drag and drop, or you can find it on your computer.

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Step three: Choose Text on the Side Bar.

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Step four: Choose your font, and hit “Add Text” then add the text you want

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Step five: Manipulate text. You can change the color, the size, the angle, etc.

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Step six: Save your photo and enjoy!

Birthday photo tutorial

I hope you have fun making your birthday photos! is not the only site that does this. You can use Picasso, the photo editor installed on your computer, or a number of other editors, but PicMonkey is our favorite and it is FREE. We talk a little bit more about some of the features here.



About Rachael

I am Rachael, I have a passion for all things travel. I have an incurable wanderlust, and a need to see and do. I have four littles that call me "mom" and I am currently wading through the ever changing tides of parenting. I am figuring out what works, and what doesn't. And, I have a passion for food. In fact, I have an entire website dedicated to food I love to eat, cook, and try new things.

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