PicsArt launches custom sticker tools with a 3D twist

The team behind PicsArt photo editor has added some new tools (opens in new tab) for not only creating your own custom stickers but sharing them with friends as well. Any image, whether it be the full photo or just a portion, can now be turned into a sticker and slapped onto other photos and more.

To get started, you can use the Cutout tool in PicsArt to select parts of an image you want to turn into a sticker. From there, it can be saved to your own collection and slapped on another photo or shared with friends. That's in addition to PicsArt's own gallery of stickers, which it says number in the millions.

For a little bit of extra flavor, PicsArt has thrown in the option to change a sticker's perspective to make it look three-dimensional. While that can make things look a tad bit more realistic, it's also just a cool effect that you can use to spice up your arsenal of 2D stickers.

If you use PicsArt, you should be able to check all of this out now with the app's latest update. Note that fonts and premium sticker packs will also be on sale at a 50% discount in the PicsArt Shop starting April 10.

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Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl

  • Big up to company like picarts that still believe in windows 10, its funny how some big name companies don't support Windows 10 and Windows 10 mobile with their apps but make millions from their website pages through browser services like: I.E, Fire fox, chrome and Edge which 90% of users use a PC to access. I think Google is behind some of the blocking they are just afraid of W10 mobile growing but wait till W10 on ARM processors release later this year and people start flashing it on Android phone
  • Sounds like you're Jamaican, my friend
  • Both Google and Apple I think put pressure on app developers. Look how Google won't let any of their apps run on Windows Phones.
  • I do love PicsArt, and stuff like this is very cool - I will definitely be creating some custom stickers to share soon! :D
  • It's a nice app, but also buggy. Anyone else having issues? Sometimes an edit will cause the image to scramble on my my 950XL.
  • PicsArt is great. I use it all the time. Windows users must be buying stuff on it for them to keep up such great support. I've purchased a few sticker packs. I have been waiting for this since I saw it pop up on Android a couple of weeks ago. Glad it's available for both of my phones now. ☺
  • PicsArt is the best photo editing app on Windows 10 (UWP).
    Fhotoroom is also nice.
  • This looks very interesting and I am looking forward to using it.