If you are looking for a unique Father's Day present, look no further. Collage.com has the perfect gifts for the special man in your life. They have software that allows you to upload your photos to make that special gift for that special someone! They have so many products that you can make, from personalized prints, blankets, books, mugs and more! I chose to feature a personalized fleece blanket.
This is the end result! It is 50x60! HUGE. When you log into their website and pick the project you want you can upload the photos of your choosing. You can choose the shape of your collage, such as a heart and star. I chose the old fashioned way. You can add up to a hundred photos!
They also give you the option for your background and you can add text and change the type of border you want the photos to have. I just adore my new blanket It is too pretty to use in my opinion!! That is how much we love it. We hung it on our bedroom wall for now.
To get this blanket from collage.com, it will only cost $109. It is so worth it because it is such a unique gift and product! You can also share your projects to social media after you make them so your friends can see the product before it gets here! Overall, I LOVE my blanket. Visit Collage.com and make that special gift for dad today! This is a gift he will cherish forever. Check out their deadline here. Don't want to get him a blanket? That is okay. They have this neat Father's Day Gift Guide that I want to share with you! You can get him a canvas, personalized calendar, photo mug, shirt and more! The possibilities are endless! Shopping with Collage.com has never been easier. They have this awesome 100% Just Right Satisfaction Guarantee. Your photos will look great, your product will be outstanding quality and they will go above and beyond to make sure your order is great! Visit their website and get started today! You can also visit them on their social media below to stay up to date with the latest!
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*The Small Things received a blanket to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own*