With an image editor you can make a square fit a round hole.

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  1. KD-did

    KD-did

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    You can put your image on a canvas then apply one of these masks over it. Export as a png out of TLC. Now break out your favorite image editor and erase the solid color mask on top of your image.
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    Here is a mask to get you started.Give it a try.



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  2. Redneck

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    Cool idea! Thanks!
     
  3. KD-did

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    Think about this.... You can use a shape on charter's image to use as a mask. You can use the mask to cut just the face off a photo.After erasing that shape you can then use a photo. Then you can have someone like Super woman or Superman with a family member or friend's face.

    Birthday cards or invitation's could be made this way.
     
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    More than 1 way to skin that cat! Good info KD-did. But what I do ...
    I use Googles Photoscape ( free utility ) and simply use the 'circle-crop' feature to crop an image in a circle. Works for me!
    :busy artist:
     
  5. KD-did

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    That is great. With doing it this way you can make any shape mask.

    Scrapbookers can add picture shapes without having to use scissors.
     
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