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Hitting it out of the park on Valentine’s Day is never easy, especially if you and bae have been there before, so having something extra up your sleeve is key. You may have already heard about some of our Valentine’s Day clipart, but because we know that the struggle is real, we’ve got even more for you. Here are more life-saving clipart ideas for your sweetest pics together. Baby Love Try Cupid clipart to make your Valentine fall in love all over again with an arrow to the heart. Love and Kisses Love and kisses — the two things you can never overdo on the 14th of Feb. Love clipart and Kiss clipart have you covered. Frame It Up Give him or her the feels with a knockout frame. Valentine Frames are the obvious choice, but if you’re tying the knot, level up with Wedding Frames. Wax Poetic You can…

New Year’s Eve is always a night to remember, so we’re looking at awesome tips on how to make this year’s pics unforgettable. Ring in the New Year with fireworks and confetti, and light up the sky with your hopes and wishes for the months ahead, all with the free photo editor from PicsArt and some New Year clipart. These edits will keep you having fun with your pics long after the big night has passed and the glitter is gone. New Year Wishes Sound off on the New Year with New Year Wishes clipart. Pick from a set of New Year’s phrases and customize the color to match your photos so that they really pop. Let the Confetti Fly The Happy New Year Clipart package lets you turn up the celebration by raining down glitter and confetti on your pics. Frame It Remember this year’s celebration and give your pics…

With PicsArt’s Text Tool, you can do — well — basically everything, so we thought it would be fun to take a minute to spell out some of the coolest edits you can make. Creatives usually have a lot bouncing around in their heads, which means lots to say and even more ways to say it. See what we mean below, and use these ideas to express yourself in a whole new visual language. Brush Off Weave your letters in front of, behind and around objects by simply erasing chunks of your text in the right places. Try reducing the hardness of your brush to make your letters fade into shadows or fog. The illusions you can make with this simple trick are kind of amazing. Fonts The Text Tool has fonts for every theme, but did you know that there’s a lot more where that came from? Tap on the…

It’s about that time when you want to wrap everything up in holiday cheer! So today, we’re going to help you celebrate the season with 10 extra festive holiday edits. PicsArt has so many sticker packs created especially for this magical time of year. From snow overlays to ugly sweaters, glitter beards and more, playing with PicsArt is sure to give you *major* holiday feels this season. Get festive with facial hair. The Girly Burly Beards stickers will help you grow a glitter beard that’ll make your Christmas tree jealous. Light it up! Plug in your shots with All of the Lights stickers! No untangling tantrums, and that’s just better for everyone. Let it snow. Snowy Days masks sprinkle your shots with dreamy snowfall, while the Star Bright stickers give you snowflakes that twinkle like stars. Bundle up. Yup, we’ve stocked the Shop with Ugly Sweaters, because Christmas is the only time of year when “ugly” is…

Hey there! Want to learn the basics for creating double exposures? Check out our double exposure how-to! Today, we’re updating an old editing standby with a colorful new twist. We’re talking about how to make duotone exposures, where instead of just blending two photos together, you also blend two different color tones to stir in an extra burst of flavor. There are a lot of cool ways to do this, and all of them absolutely light up your double exposures with an exciting new palette. Check out our tips below so that you can master this trick and make it yours. Overlaying  Before we talk color, let’s make sure we’re all on the same page with overlaying. To make a double exposure, you just need to import a photo over another photo and blend them. PicsArt lets you blend by reducing the opacity, or by switching blending modes until you get the right…

Light up your feed with this fun new trick and give your photos a glowing neon edge. Outline edits have been a fave editing addiction for a while now (we’re still not over dotted outlines), but neon outlines over B&W pics are way more exciting, contrasting grey tones with electric lines of neon color. Have a look at the tips below and make this trick your own. More Than B&W Go further than just turning off the color. PicsArt lets you choose from a handful of awesome B&W photo effects, so try on a few and play with their customization features until you feel like you nailed it. Draw it Flashy Trace the natural lines in your photo with PicsArt’s Drawing Tool, but make sure you choose the brightest and flashiest colors so that they really pop against all of that grey. Don’t sweat precision — a cartoonish illustration makes this way…

Slicing up photos into floating pieces is definitely one of the coolest trends on PicsArt right now, so we had to round up some of our favorites. This elegant little trick has really carved out a creative niche for itself, and artists keep coming up with awesome new ways to use it. Seriously, we were jaws-on-the-floor at some of these edits. Check them out below, and find out why this trend has us in pieces. Bushwacking Slicing through brush never looked so elegant. Human Jenga This edit can stand up to any test, just don’t pull out that bottom block. Haircut Painting over your slice with a thin line is a simple stylistic choice to make your slice pop. Mid-Jump Sliced up before she even left the ground. Magic Slice She didn’t only slice her balloon, she sliced her color palette. Portrait and Petals The extra pair of eyes was…

Parallel universes are in. From the Upside-Down dimension in “Stranger Things,” to the world-jumping antics of Marvel’s newest hero, Doctor Strange, it seems like everybody is thinking beyond this dimension (and about anything with the word “strange”). And with our latest tutorial, we’re fully on board. Users have been creating whole alternative worlds above their heads and below their feet, and today, we’re going to try and spread these gravity-bending powers around. Here are some tips on how to create your very own upside-down world. Erase Like a Pro Blending two landscapes gets tricky where they intersect. After you use the Add Photo Tool to import your images, use the brush to erase and weave the two landscapes together, deciding which pieces go in front of which. Lower the brush’s hardness for a smoother seam. Grass on Grass A good trick to make your life easier is to blend your…

It’s the time of year when we all like to unleash the monster within, but forget mad scientists — your evil lab awaits you on PicsArt. From ghostly apparitions to undead vampires, we’re here to help you bring the paranormal to life with these spooktacular photo editing tricks. Android Eyes Give yourself blaring robot eyes by repurposing PicsArt’s Lens Flares. Drop them over your pupils to give your eyeballs a beaming, battery-powered glow. Even better, find a photo where your face is in the shadows and center your lens flare to create an android cyclops. Vampire Wings The After Dark clipart pack is a must-have for any spooktacular toolbox. Grab the bat wings and place them so that the wings line up with your shoulder, then erase the parts that overlap with your body. You can also brush the Seafoam Effect on your skin for that pale, undead look. Draw the Devil Within With a few strokes…

Want to see more cool stuff you can do with the Stretch Tool? Check out this tutorial.  Every day that Halloween approaches, we are more and more captivated by all things eerie and scare-tastic. We’re going to show you how to use PicsArt’s Stretch Tool to create pictures that will make your hair stand on end. The Stretch Tool does what it says, letting you stretch, pull and mold your images into new shapes, in this case, shapes of the ghastly kind. Here are some ideas on how to make horrors so real, they’ll crawl out of your screen. Wicked Witch When you open the Stretch Tool, select Warp mode (that’s for pulling). Drag your fingers on your nose and ears to pull and stretch them out. To stretch things into a sharp point, use the sliders below to narrow your brush size and boost the stretching power. For green skin, the Color…