Make Your Own Custom Emoji Using This Site

Make Your Own Custom Emoji Using This Site

Sometimes the emoji keyboard on your smartphone doesn’t have exactly what you’re looking for.

Emoji Builder is a site that lets you put together your perfect emoji using the pieces of others. For instance, your phone has a vomiting man emoji, but how about a vomiting man wearing a halo and a monocle and blowing a party horn? Didn’t think so.

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The interface is super simple to use. You pick from one of 12 base faces to use and then add your own eyes, mouth, and accessories to give it your own personal flair.

Once you’ve created the perfect emoji you can save it to your phone directly from the site and use it to respond to friends in conversations similar to how you might use a stock emoji.

Unfortunately, your saved creation won’t show up on your phone’s emoji keyboard. Instead, you’ll have to use it as a saved image on your phone. The site does give you a small and large version, so while your mileage may vary depending on your device, that small emoji can get pretty darn close to looking like the real thing.

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