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When you’re in PicsArt, your options are pretty much, well, limitless tbh. You can time travel back to the 90s with vintage FLTRS, make totally rad Stranger Things fan remixes, edit yourself roller skating on the moon with your childhood cat (R.I.P. 😢) and/or anything in between!  Of course, no one comes out of the gate knowing how to do it all. You gotta start with the basics before making the jump to extraterrestrial family pet level! Lucky for you, our basics are anything BUT. No matter what your skill level, these 5 tutorials will get you making some 🤯 remixes with just a few taps and maybe a swipe or two. 1. Dispersion Tool: Not Just for Murdering Avengers Sure, our one-tap Dispersion Tool can transform any photo into a scene straight out of “Avengers: Infinity War” in a snap,  but it also looks awesome on selfies, landscapes, puppies, avocado toast…basically…

We don’t know about you but we are officially not ready for Game of Thrones to be over! We’re so attached to these characters we’re starting to experience something that can only be explained as a strange, parental pride. We keep having this weird desire to hang up their accomplishments (which are mainly murders) on our refrigerators and endlessly discuss their best moments on the internet even though they’re fictional tbh and it’s a lot. Don’t even get us started on the leading ladies! THEY’VE COME SO FAR. Literally far, because they’ve been road tripping all over Westeros in the past 7 seasons, but also in their journey to become badass, powerful women. Arya Stark, Sansa Stark, Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister have reached unforeseen levels of fierce and MIGHT have some of the best one-liners we’ve ever heard. Anytime we feel like we’re off our game we just ask:…

Why start your next image edit with a Template? They remind us that the text we write, the memories we capture and the ideas we create are meant to be kept, noticed and celebrated. We promote our businesses in bold colors to show people that the next best idea is sitting right in front of them. We keep pictures of our dogs and cats in warm-toned frames around our college dorm rooms for the constant reminder of our forever-friends waiting to be reunited, and we hang portraits of graduations and holidays in houses with words that say “love and family” to remind us that home is so much more than a place to live. We use templates because they capture all of those incredible moments that make us unique, and grab the attention of the world around us. There is no reason why the same shouldn’t go for your digital…