Hello all you Or So She Says readers! Hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! A Photo Watermark seems like a necessity in blogland these days, and today I am going to show you how to make your very own watermark using software that most likely is already on your computer. The software that I use is Microsoft Publisher, and it comes standard with most versions of Windows.
To design a watermark, first open up a new Microsoft Publisher document.
Next, you will need to crop your image as closely as possible. Then save the image.
Your transparent photo watermark should now be there. You can change your color with the selector in the window that pops up.
I changed mine to white. You can also adjust your size and other elements as well.
Now, you are done. Just click SAVE and save it to your computer. Please note that your watermark will only show a true color change if it is originally done in black.
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