Hola Lashionistas! You may have noticed in a couple of editions of “Womby Wednesday” that I included some cute collages. This is my review of that software which I was able to download to use and review thanks to Pearl Mountain Technology.
In case you missed them, here are the two collages I created using the Mac software which I downloaded from the App Store:
What I liked most about this software was how easy it was to follow. There are a variety of fill in the blank templates that made it so simple to create stories with my images. I would call it more of a scrapbooking tool though rather than a “collage” maker. However, it was quite easy to save my own images from the internet and integrate them into the templates and customize them until they fit in with the theme. The little baby feet in the heart, for instance, that you see in the bottom left corner of the first collage was an image that I found myself and altered. You can also use the program to make your own personalized cards which is great for holidays or even birth announcements *wink*.
The software costs $20 in the App Store and available to all Mac users for 130+ templates and the free version is the #1 Free Graphics & Design App in over 20 countries on App Store. The one issue I do have with the program is that it does not come with full capabilities. There are many add-on theme and image packages that can be purchased separately. However, for me, if I have paid $20 for the App, I don’t want to make any other purchases on top of that. Other than that, I really enjoy playing with the software and I know I will come up with some really cute images of the new baby once he arrives.
If you have a Mac and are interested in giving it a shot, try it for free HERE.
Thanks to Pearl Mountain Tech. for letting me review this awesome tool! Let me know what you all think if you decide to try out the free version! I’d love to see what you come up with as well so feel free to post your own photo collages on my Facebook Page.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.