Snagit Help My Capture: How can I add a frame to my image?

We have been asked how one might add frames to their images within Snagit Editor. While Snagit doesn’t have an option for adding frames, you can make your own and save them as stamps to be used over and over to enhance your images – like these vintage Thanksgiving postcards.     

This video tutorial shows you how to easily turn images of frames into Frame stamps. Why not use this technique to create some impressive and memorable menu cards, name tags, or other fancy stuff for your Thanksgiving get together?


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Kelly Mullins is an Information Developer within the User Assistance group at TechSmith. Her hobby is collecting creepy, vintage clown dolls so as to protect children from their strange and menacing influences. Her coworkers haven't fared as well. Her reading list includes anything "Nero Wolfe" and vintage Mary Roberts Rinehart intrigues. She is a 12 year veteran Power Seller on eBay peddling all manner of junque-n-stuff nobody really needs.
  • MDW

    I watched your Frame “how to” video where you created a folder of frame stamps . . . I see that Snagit has relocated the downloaded “Stamps” folders to: C:UsersUserNameDocumentsSnagit Stamps (although the Program Files location still works too). Users can access that “Documents” folder without special permissions, even when companies restrict access to Program Files folders.

  • SMP

    Why do you need to flatten the frame before saving and again when you add the gram to the photo?
    Thanks