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Yearbook: Creating a Photo Strip or Collage



Happy Tuesday! I, Allie, am traditionally a 1-2 photo scrapbooker. I almost always use 4″x6″ photos, and have a hard time branching outside of that. I envy the variety of sizes and quantities that other scrapbookers use on their layouts! Whenever I catch myself in a 4″x6″ one-photo rut, I like to mix it up with a photo strip or photo collage! I love the look of photobooth strips, but am eextremely challenged when it comes to Photoshop. My secret weapon? PicMonkey! PicMonkey is a free program available online where you can upload and edit photos. It’s easy to make a photostrip!

1. Select the collage button and upload your photos.


2. Select “Ducks in a Row” for a photo strip (but there are many collage options available for whatever suits your fancy). You can arrange your photos in any order that you choose.


3. And the photo strip is created. From there, you can save it to your computer and print away!

PicMonkey Collage

Easy, right? Here’s the layout I created using the photo strip!

Nov2014_AllieStewart_Pumpkin Patch Layout1



I love the unique color combo in November’s Kit. I never would have thought to pair those colors with fall layouts, but I think it worked perfectly! I hope you found this helpful!



8 thoughts on “Yearbook: Creating a Photo Strip or Collage

  1. Such a gorgeous fall layout!!!


  2. LOVE this Allie!! I love the pile of paper leaves on the page! How fantastic! Nice work and thanks for sharing how you create your photo strips!


  3. wow!!!! this is such a gorgeous layout!!!


  4. Your fall layout is so beautiful! I love the texture and mix of pretty colors.
    I love the photo strip and need to give this a try.


  5. Allie, I love your Fall layout….it is just beautiful!! I love the colors, too!! Oh, and your photo tip is awesome….thanks for sharing.


  6. Love all the leaves falling on your page! What great movement=)


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