You guyssssss! I’m so excited to announce this fun collab with Rhonna Designs! Introducing the easiest (and cheapest!) way to make your own family portrait illustrations!
If you haven’t tried out Rhonna Designs App, stop reading and download it now! It’s the best app for photo editing, adding quotes and text, and documenting all your memories. I’ve been using it for years, so when Rhonna reached out to me for a collab, I about died. (Total fan girl moment!) It’s been so fun having my ideas and art available in the app! We’ve recently added a few add-on packs to the app that include all hand-lettered elements and illustrations! (like our baby & pregnancy packs!)
This month, we’re debuting something brand new – an easy way to make your own customized family portrait! And yes, it’s only .99 cents! The pack includes over 150+ faces to choose from, all featuring different skin tones, hair color and style. We’ve also included bonus accessories – bows, shirts, floral elements, pets, and more!
And the best part? The ideas are endless! You can whip up a Christmas card in seconds, make name tags, wedding gifts, the list goes on and on.
To make your own family illustration, download the Rhonna Designs App (available on apple and android). Then, under the elements tab, find my name (Alexa Zurcher) and you’ll see the Family Portrait Pack! You can add text and other elements as well to make it unique and all your own. And did I mention that it’s only .99 cents!?!? 🙂
such a great idea! These are so cute!
This is fantastic!! I love it!!
These are ADORABLE! I am trying to make a family portrait like the first one you have (The Johnson Family example). I am having a hard time though adding the wreaths around each person. When I add the wreath it deletes either the face or the neck/shoulders. Do you have any tips on making it all work together? Also, I was going to make each person individually, upload them to my phone, and then upload them all into a word document on my computer. Is there an easier or better way to put it all together?