My kids love looking at photos of themselves. I'm not saying that they are narcissistic, but it's a fun way to look back at all the things that we've done over the years and how they have grown.
One time I was able to create a couple of photo collages from a photo store website. The kids love them. We put them in their rooms. They constantly as for more. But, I'm frugal. So spending several of dollars for printed collages seems expensive. I've been looking for alternatives so that I can print collages at home. I've found it, CollageIt by PearlMountain.
Since Father's Day is this weekend, I've created a few collages to into in our Fathers Day cards. From baby pictures to a football caps, these single page inserts chronicle the years of father and son activities.
I like CollageIt because:
Set page size and collage background
Add photo shadowing and effects
Crop photos so that they fit week in your collage
Choose random generator for for the system to create a collage for you.
Most importantly you can email your collage creation to all your friends, relatives, even Facebook. Each collage can be saved as JPEG, PNG, PDF, PSD or other images formats. Now the grandparents can have photo collages easily at home to.
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