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How to crop a photo in the shape of a heart

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How to crop a photo in the shape of a heart: You have decided to give your girlfriend an original gift by creating one heart-shaped photo who portrays you together? Great choice, also because you don’t need to be a graphic expert or computer wizard to make one. Just use Pixenate!

Pixenate is an excellent free online service that allows you to crop a photo in the shape of a heart (but not only) using very comfortable preset frames. It can be used from any browser and allows you to get excellent results in a matter of minutes. That’s how.

All you need to do for crop a photo in the shape of a heart is to connect to the Pixenate website and click on the item first Choose your image to edit (top left) and then up Browse And Upload this image to select the photo you want to cut out in the shape of a heart.

In a matter of moments, your photo will be uploaded to Pixenate and you can already start editing it to apply a heart-shaped frame to it.

Now, click on the item Show fun effects located in the toolbar of Pixenate (at the bottom of the gray box on the left) to view all the effects available on the site and select the heart-shaped icon to make the heart-shaped frame appear on your photo.

Then use the mouse to move and resize the heart shape in which you want to enclose your photo, select the color you want to make the frame take on by placing the check mark next to the item White (White), Pink (pink) or Transparent (transparent) located at the top left and click on the button Apply to crop your photo into a heart shape.

With the effect applied, if you are satisfied with the result, you can save the heart-shaped photo on your PC (in jpg format) by clicking on the button Save to disk which is at the bottom left.

You can also add text to your heart-shaped photo by clicking on the button Add text to photo present in the toolbar of Pixenate, and apply other special effects to your photo using all the other functions provided by the service. So, saw that crop a photo in the shape of a heart wasn’t it a titanic undertaking?