Collage.com makes it easy to create different products from your favorite family pictures. You can do more than just have them printed for the wall.
Collage.com co-founders and middle school friends Kevin Borders and Joe Golden were students at University of Michigan when Kevin ran into a problem: he wanted to create a one-of-a-kind anniversary collage for his girlfriend, Jen, and there wasn’t any software up to the task. Undaunted, he teamed up with Joe, and together they developed the software that would become Collage.com.
Lots of sites offer custom products. No other site can match Collage.com’s easy-to-use software tools, which make creating custom products easy for everyone.
Our tools are designed to let you unleash your own creativity on every product, instead of being locked in to strict, cookie-cutter templates. Hundreds of thousands of customers have used our software to unleash their creativity and create unique custom products.
Our team of developers is constantly working to add new customization features and make our existing tools faster and easier than ever.
Collage.com helped me create a loving family tribute.
A few months ago we lost a very sweet loving woman. A close family friend lost her mom to a long illness, everyone called her Grandma. While grandma was sick but feeling ok, the family had family pictures taken by a friend.
I used 3 of those pictures to make this beautiful wrapped collage. The family loves it! They all started to cry when they seen it. My friend and her dad both want it for their own home.
It was very easy to create this collage on their website. I simply picked the design I wanted, and uploaded the photos I wanted to use.
The size I reviewed is 16×20. They have a variety of sizes that fits your needs and budget. You can also pick different framing etc. Everything is very personalized.
Collage.com is a great source for a holiday gift, or any gift giving season really.
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