Fall: it is the season of fresh starts, of new school years (and new sweaters), of crisp apples, of maple syrup. Also, the season to make your own, super-easy, super-customizable Collage.com calendar — the latest release from Collage.com.
Spend the next 12 months (or 18 — we’ve got options) reliving your best memories. A vacation calendar? A dog calendar? A family calendar? An art photography calendar? A selfie calendar? A romantic calendar? A calendar featuring vintage family portraits? A calendar featuring your cat in 18 different, seasonally-appropriate costumes? YES. Yes to all that.
Just upload your pics — each calendar page can handle between one and 500 images — and start arranging. Want each page to feature a single image? Easy. Want to arrange 30 photos into an artful collage? Perfect — we’ve got 200+ shapes to choose from (including Valentine’s hearts and Halloween pumpkins, because obviously, these are basic human needs we’re talking about).
And since you can begin your calendar in any month, there’s no reason to wait. Fight the tyranny of January! Start your Collage.com calendar year today.
Photo Calendars at a glance
- 12 or 18 month
- Metal spiral binding
- Add or remove calendar grid
- Changeable fonts
- Custom starting date
- 12-500 photos
So you’ve got the basics down (if you don’t, check out our guide to getting started). Now, you’re ready to kick it up a notch. Here’s how to take your Collage.com One-Click Photo Book to the next level.
We’ve given the classic photo album a 21st century makeover — and we couldn’t be prouder. Introducing: the Collage.com One-Click Photo Book, the latest product from Collage.com. What’s a photo book? Why a photo book? How a photo book? We’re glad you asked.
The Gray Lady made a list of the most powerful couples on social media. Bill and Melinda Gates are on the list. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are on the list. John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are on the list. Are you on the list?
Okay, cool. Despite our many similarities to Kimye, we are also not on the list. But that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate our #love and our #selfies. And what better way to celebrate the power of couplehood in the age of Instagram than with a pair of Collage.com Selfie Towels? Romantic! Practical! Kardashian-approved! (Not technically true but it could be. — Eds.)
Ready for your (remarkably absorbent) close-up? Get started here.
So you’ve uploaded your photos. You’ve arranged your collage. Your project is this close to done — but it would be great if the water could just…be a little bluer? And that one shot could be a little less saturated? And that family portrait front and center — it really needs a caption…
We hear you. That’s why we’re thrilled to roll out our new photo editing feature. For the first time, you can edit your Collage pics individually — one photo at a time. A full suite of easy-to-use tools from Aviary gives you total creative control. And the best part is, you don’t have to leave your project to do it. Because really, how can you know that picture of your dog would be way better in sepia until you see it in context? (You can’t.)
Sometime in the next month, 15-year-old Jack Dail will pass pass the 1 million follower mark on Vine, joining an elite club of only 150 other people across the world.
An example of a selfie toaster
Did you know there’s a thing called selfie toast? It sounds absurd, but the Internet was in uproar last week over the possibility of getting bread toasted with the eater’s own image. The amusing gimmick comes from Vermont Novelty Toaster Corp., a company that earlier had success marketing toasters that allowed users to brand their bread with images of Jesus.
Basically, you send the company a high-res image of your face, they perform some modifications, and then use a fancy machine called a CNC Plasma Cutter, a computer-guided metal cutting machine that makes special plates that get inserted into a toaster. “It’s a lot like silk screen, but you’re using heat for the ink and bread as the t-shirt,” CEO Galen Dively told Mashable. The novelty toasters cost $75.
Selfie toast is interesting. All things considered, though, we prefer selfie towels and selfie blankets.
Vine star Meghan McCarthy
Number of Vine followers: 1.3 million
Famous for: High-pitched voice
Recent quote: “Did you know that grapes are actually just raisins that have had Botox?”
When most people think of Vine, they think of boys trying to be funny. Out of the top 100 Viners, only around twenty are girls.