March 9, 2017

Unleash Your Creativity with Fotojet

The possibilities are endless! 
All of you can be crafty and creative. 


I was asked by Fotojet to review their design and photo editing browser app. In return they gave me access to their premium account so that I could evaluate the different editing tools. 

I have to say...I have had great fun. I love photo editing. I love creating blog graphics, note cards, posters, etc. This assignment was right down my ally. 

Sample Blog Header

First of all...you can do many things with the free account. Don't worry if you cannot or do not want to purchase the premium account. 


Sample blog header.

It took me a few minutes of playing before I learned how to navigate the website...but it was easy and any beginner would have no problem. If you can operate a computer and view my blog you can create with Fotojet. 

One thing that I really like is the "custom" size function. You can choose the exact size of what you want to create. 

In my case, I like to play with creating new headers for my blog. I know that I need a size that is 1000 px by 300 px to fit the space I have. You can see a few of the header banners that I made. 

The floral below is an example of a ready made graphic.



There is a function that lets you make the graphics on the page transparent. I could lighten the pine branches below so that I could then put text over it for an invitation or a holiday card. 


The template below was ready made, except that I customized it with adding the Happy Easter text. 


This is another note card that I made. One cannot have too many Thank You cards. I have some blank cards on which I could use this design.



Fotojet offers photo editing too. 

You can adjust several aspects of a photo. 

Light. Color. Size. Cropping. Sharpen. Dehaze. Add text, overlays, clipart, etc. 

Within just a couple of minutes you can turn your photo into a work of art. 


I added text to the photo above...
as well as adjusting the light and color intensity. 

I made the next two graphics for the blog. There are many backgrounds from which to choose. 





The following recipe cards were made using the post card template. I made lines...then added flower graphics. Easy peasy! I am thinking of gifts. 



Another note card design...

And since Easter is on its way...I played with some bunny graphics. 



Fotojet offers great graphics for creating your own cards, posters, blog, Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook posts. 


I love sunflowers and thought that this one was wonderful. With the premium account one has access to about 90,000 online graphics. I was in heaven!



I will be going back to visit Fotojet because I want to make some collages of family and blog pics. There is a nice selection of frames and layouts. 

My father and I in 1973...just before he walked me down the aisle.

I even made this little "thanks for visiting" graphic. I hope you can take a couple of minutes to visit Fotojet to see if it is something you can use for your creative endeavors!


This post is sponsored by Fotojet

My Kentucky Living
My Kentucky Living

Hello, I'm Sheila and my house is a giant art project! I enjoy creating an environment where my family can feel safe, secure, and loved. We are empty nesters learning to slow down and enjoy life.

6 comments:

  1. Well, I will try it, but it seems I am hopeless. I never figured out picmonkey!!! I would LOVE to be able to do my own header and make collages and frames etc.

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  2. I agree. I wrote a tutorial and a review for Fotojet. I use it quite a It.

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  3. Sheila, You are having lots of fun with that App. I like the wedding picture. You look like a sweet southern young lady, in your wedding dress and hat. Blessings for a great weekend, xoxo, Susie

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  4. That looks like a lot of fun...a nice aid for being creative. Love the picture of you as a bride with your dad. xoxo

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  5. My daughter uses pic monkey. Wondering which is easier to navigate. I will check it out soon.

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