This minHour teaches you how to edit an image from your computer on the Fotor Cliparts website with stickers, and save a copy of the edited image to your computer, using a desktop internet browser.
Open an internet browser on your computer.
You can use any browser, such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Opera.
Go to the Fotor Cliparts website in your browser.
Type www.fotor.com/features/cliparts/all into the address bar, and hit ↵ Enter or ⏎ Return on your keyboard.
Click Get Started below the “ALL CLIP ART” heading.
You can find it at the top of the page. This will open the image editing suite in your browser.
- If you’re prompted to accept the privacy terms, click I ACCEPT to continue and use the image editing suite.
Click the + Import button on the top-right.
This will open a new pop-up window, and allow you to select the image you want to upload and edit.
Upload the image you want to edit.
Select the image file you want to edit in the pop-up window, and click to upload it.
Click your image on the right sidebar.
You’ll see a list of all the uploaded images on the right-hand side of the page. Click on the image to start editing it.
Click the Sticker tab on the left sidebar.
This option looks like a star in a circle on the left-hand side of the page. This will open the available sticker categories on a panel.
Click a sticker category on the left panel.
Clicking a category will expand a list of all the available stickers in this category.
Click a sticker to add it to your image.
Clicking a sticker here will automatically add it to your image on the right-hand side.
Click and move the sticker around your image.
You can hold down the sticker, and place it anywhere on your original image.
Click and drag the sticker’s corners to resize it.
This way, you can make the sticker bigger or smaller on your image.
Click the Save button on the top-right.
This option looks like a floppy disk icon on a toolbar at the top of the page. It will open your saving options in a pop-up window.
Click the Download button.
This is a brown button in the lower-right corner of the saving pop-up. It will download and save a copy of your edited image to your computer.
- Optionally, you can change your image file’s name, select a file format, and select an image quality in the saving pop-up.
- If you don’t have a default folder set for your browser downloads, you’ll be asked to select a saving location.