Before photography, the only way people could preserve their most treasured memories was by forcing everyone around them to stand completely still for days at a time. This Groupon presents a less complicated solution.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $40 worth of custom digital photo-collage prints
- $29 for $80 worth of custom digital photo-collage prints
- $45 for $120 worth of custom digital photo-collage prints
Custom collages can be used for online sharing or printed on premium wrapped-canvasses ($59.99 for an 11”x14”; $89.99 for a 16”x20”), posters ($29.99 for a 20”x30”), phone cases (including iPhone 4, 4S, and 5, plus Galaxy S3, Note, and Nexus - $39.99) and tablet cases (iPad and iPad mini - $49.99). Though shipping is not included in today's deal, Groupon-holders can get a flat rate of $5.99 on all products, except for blankets and canvases, which ship for an additional $9.99 per item.
Creating a personalized product is simple on Collage.com, which has developed easy-to-use, but powerful editing tools that can imprint a variety of items with photo collages. More than 300,000 customers have used the software to customize products such as fleece photo blankets, photo books, and gallery wrap canvases with photos, text, and stylish backgrounds.
On Collage.com, customers upload photos from social-media websites or their computer before working with the easy-to-use design tools to arrange them exactly how they want. One-click auto placement even lets users create a custom layout in seconds, and users are never locked into a fixed template. Afterward, masterpieces can be shared for free online or printed and shipped. Collage.com has been featured on such TV shows as Good Morning America and Today, which deemed the company a good option for holiday gifts.
“Very easy to use”
“I put alot of pictures and it turned out wonderfully! This is by far the best gift I've ever given my mother!”
“I love how the pictures came to life. My boyfriend enjoyed the towel as a 1 year anniversary present. Would definitely purchase from them again.”