How to Crop a Picture into a Circle in PicMonkey
When I made my the sidebar image with my About Me information, I wanted my picture to stand out. I’ve seen others with their pictures cropped into circles and knew that’s what I wanted, too. Because I love, love, love PicMonkey, I figured out how to do it here, and I want to share the steps with you.
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You can use circle images for blog images, menu buttons, printables graphics, and all sorts of other ways.
Watch this video to see how I made a circle image out of a sunset picture I plan to use in a printable I’ll be offering on the blog:
And here are written step-by-steps to crop a picture into a circle:
1. Open your image in PicMonkey
2. Click on Frames and then Shape Cutouts.
3. Click the circle. You can move the circle in position and can also resize the circle if needed.
4. Keep the transparent background checked unless you want a border around your circle.
5. Click Apply.
6. Crop any part of the image you don’t want. Click Apply.and then be sure to Save your brand new super wonderful circle shaped image!
Be sure to let me know in the comments below which pictures you cropped into circles and what you’re using them for!
Be sure to share or pin for later!