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A Photo Collage for Your Blog

If you’re interested is adding some pizzazz to your blog then making a a free photo collage or photo montage online maybe what you are looking for. You can create great collages online without any graphic programs.

It’s easy and you don’t need to know about photo collage’s layers or other photo concepts. Just upload your photos. Follow the intuitive process to create your collage and then download it.  You can use your photo collage as a background,  or resize itand use it in blog headers, as well as in posts or pages.


I liked this site.  Photovisi is a free and easy to use online photo collage maker. No registration required. Select one of the many designs, add your photos and then customize by dragging items around. You can also add text. After the collage is finished, it’s available for download and print! Finished size 1024 x 768  or 1600 x 1200 pixels.  It’s a 3 step process that’s easy to master.

1. Select a template 2.  Add photos. 3.  Download.

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Want to try it out?

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If you have used any other sites to create a photo collage or photomontage please feel free to comment and let me know which sites you used, as well as posting a link to your creation.

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18 thoughts on “A Photo Collage for Your Blog

  1. Very cool idea, TT:)

    When I have more time, I think I’ll try out a collage for a new blog header. At the moment, my header-making-experimentation happens in photoshop or even microsoft paint (it allows for complete, utter simplicity) but I’ll definitley bookmark the website you suggested and try it out sometime. Thanks:)

    • @Flameheart,
      Hello there. I like making headers and in my case that amounts to using free images to make headers. I like it so much that I frequently make new ones and that’s what sent me to the internet where I found this collage maker. It’s good to hear that you may use it one day. I had fun with it and I hope you do too.

  2. Interesting…something I would use carefully.

    Otherwise my blogs might look cluttered. Already with some of my widgets, there are times I think it’s verging on that “look”.

    • As your posts have many images in them adding a collage maybe too much. However, in terms of events and seasonal posts I think a collage could be used very effectively in a post from time to time.

  3. Hi, Timethief! Thanks for the post. A photo collage “is” indeed a great way to spice up a blog. I appreciate you sharing Photovisi.

    I’ve tried several online image editors, but not a photo collage site. Good idea. I can definitely see the collage in the header of a blog or website. The size is pretty large too, which is easy to shrink to the right size.

    Thanks again and take care.


    • I chose to try the largest size as a desktop wall paper and it looked good. I also tried the next size down in a test blog as a background and it was attractive too. From there one can resize and use all or part of the images in posts and pages or a header. Glad you like it.

  4. Thanks! I was using your html template for creating a table with pictures and text in my blog. It worked but was touchy. This might make life easier.

    • It does require some attention to detail and fiddling to make a table display images the way you want. I’m glad you found this post to be helpful.

  5. Thank you so much for heads up. I’m going to use it for my scrap-booking. I’ve been looking for a free collage site that does not leave watermarks…

    • There is a small watermark on the bottom right hand corner but I don’t object to it. After all it’s free. If you want one without a watermark there are other sites you can register and join that have paid options as well as free ones.

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