Professor Jacob here, today we are concluding our three part
PiZap tutorial with a quick and easy St. Patrick's Day collage!
Ready?? Let's get started!!
We start at the beginning! Go to PiZap.com and click the big green
Now...click on the "Collage" button
There are literally hundreds of collage formats to choose from!! Since St. Patty's Day is coming up real quick, we chose the "St. Patrick's Day" themed collages (on the lower left hand side).
Choose a template based on how many pictures you want to use.
We chose a template with room for four pictures, one for each of our pack! Now it's time to choose your pictures, let's click on on of the "Add Photo +"
Again, our Mama keeps our photos on our computer so we click "Computer".
Click on the photo that you want to use and then click "open"
Look, there's Dory!! Let's click the "Edit" box in the upper left hand corner.
We can do this by clicking and dragging the gray dots to resize the picture!
TaDa!!! Now Dory is all the way in the frame!
Now, just repeat the process with any other frame you are filling!
Here is our collage with the whole pack!
LEt's use text to wish effuryone a Happy St. Patrick's Day.
We can do this by First, clicking the "T"ext button at the top of the screen and then clicking the "Text Box" on the right hand side.
Then type in the text!
After you type in the text, you have tons of fonts to choose from!!
We chose the whimsical "Amadeus" font! We then clicked the "OK" button on the lower right side....and then the "Save" button on the upper right of the screen. Remember, make sure your staff saves it in a place she/he will remember!
and there you have it, an easy peasy St. Patrick's Day Collage!!
Thanks again for all the compliments on our classes, we just love seeing all the Blogville residents exploring the artistic sides!!
We will be saving all our photo classes to our "Artistic Tutorials" page for easy reference
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