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Free templates to turn your photos into creative collages

There is an endless list of tasks to undertake with the holidays upon us. Whether you bake Christmas cookies for the neighborhood or go caroling with your family, you’ve got lots to do. Tap or click here to spice up your cooking (and skip the oil) with our favorite air fryer.

Well, you may have a lengthy list of holiday tasks to check off, but there are a few that could be easier to finish with a suitable helper. If you are struggling to find time to create Christmas cards, for example, a photo collage maker may be just what you need.

Whether you want a Christmas card or a reminder of all the great times you’ve had during the holidays with family, we’ve got you covered. Here are five websites with free photo collage templates for your holiday projects.

1. Canva

Canva has long been a full-service platform for editing photos, creating numerous professional projects, and of course, creating beautiful photo collages.

There are options for every season and occasion. Better yet, the platform is user-friendly, so even those unfamiliar can make quick use of the program. Easily store your photo collages in the cloud as well when you are finished.

There is a free option that offers plenty of choices, but you can upgrade if you want more features. Pro starts at $12.99 a month after a 14-day trial.

2. Fotojet

If you are looking for a more full-service option that provides you with added control and editing features, Fotojet is the program for you. You can create a design, make a collage and edit a photo right from the main page.

When you create a collage, you have several options, including a blank photo grid or thousands of ready-made templates in various categories, including creative, modern and classic. Upgrade after your free trial for $6.99/month or choose an annual subscription to make it just $3.33 a month.

3. Adobe Spark

If you want Adobe results without the price tag, Adobe Spark will leave you wondering why you didn’t use it sooner. You can upload your photos or even use stock images.

You can download your creations to your computer or even share them directly from Spark when you are done. Choose from thousands of templates or create your own! The best part? It’s entirely free to use.

4. Fotor

If you don’t like creating collages from scratch or aren’t tech-savvy, Fotor makes the process easy as pie. First, the editor is drag and drop, taking all those extra steps out of the way.

Create collages for social media or collages for your business using unique templates. You get a free 3-day trial, but after that, you’ll have to pay to use the program. Fotor Pro will run you $8.99 a month, and Pro+ is $19.99.

5. Photo Collage

If you feel like kicking it old school, Photo Collage will make you feel like you are back in the early ’90s. You don’t have to upload photos to use the program, which means those with slower internet connections may enjoy this option.

You can use this program on most computers, smartphones and tablets. No registration is needed, and you can choose from templates or create your own. Best of all, it’s completely free!

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