Video Tutorial: Inserting Images into Shapes {Part 2}

Hey sweet friends! I've been working furiously to get these science word wall cards complete but sadly, it's taking me FOREVER!! I am only halfway through with the pack. There are just so many words and my eyeballs can only handle so much staring at my computer screen. Seriously, it makes me dizzy...especially after my stroke last year. I have to work on it chunks...LOL! 

Anyway, someone asked me how to fill the background of a shape with the image inside it as well and so I started playing around with powerpoint and the idea hit me...DUH!! 

So here is my tutorial! 

{The resolution of the image once inserted into the shape isn't perfect, so I've still got to figure that part out, but this is the best I could come up with.}

As always, I'm hoping this was helpful for some of you!

Off to Carowinds tomorrow to chaperone my niece! Wish me luck!! ;)


  1. THANK YOU! I've been working hard this summer to learn (teach myself mostly) how to do some fun things with PP. I'm not ready to share anything yet, but I'm self-impressed. I've made my own word wall headers and the calendar pages for my planbook I'm working on. Next up, actual planbook pages.

  2. So helpful!! Thanks so much for playing around with it and figuring this out!! You are so smart! :)

  3. Thank you so much for this! So simple and so cute! I can so this!

    Bitty Bilinguals

  4. Oh. I thought of a way for two images! Add another shape with no line and fill it with a second image! It'll sit right on top of the first shape!


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