Free Photo Collage Templates – Set of 8

I use photo collage templates all the time when working on digital scrapbooking projects or posting on my family blog. So…today while working on my own projects, I decided to create a set of eight free collage templates and share them with you! That’s right, all for free, and all for you. They are perfect for digital scrapbook pages or blog posts. I’ve also included a little “How To” PDF Guide to help you get started.

A few Collage Examples:

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These free Photo Collage Templates were handmade by June Lily. For Personal Use Only. Please do not sell, or redistribute these templates. All Freebies listed on June Lily are protected by U.S. Copyright law. By providing your email address you are agreeing to join the June Lily email list where we will send you more free stuff and great information about what’s going on in our little corner of the web. Thank You!

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Comments

  1. Stacy says ·

    Love the photo collages! Thank you for your generosity! Oh & p.s. I, too, found your blog through Momtog. =)

  2. Jeannie Thiessen says ·

    Thankyou so much! I have been looking for a while for some templates. Love them!

  3. Sally says ·

    I love the templates, but can’t figure out how to delete the parts that are oversized. I hit selected the part with the marquee tool, but don’t know how to delete it. Can you tell me what I might be doing wrong.

    Thank you so much!!!

    • Hi Sally! No problem… sorry for the delay in answering your question. Were you able to figure it out? Did you see this post: http://www.junelily.com/how-to-create-a-photo-collage – were you able to create a “clipping mask” and then use the marquee tool to delete the excess? The clipping mask is important here since it conforms the image to the shape of the template square you are layering it over. You can then remove the marquee tool by choosing “deselect” from your menu. Did that help? If not, just send me a few more details and I’ll see if I can help explain it a little better. Are you using Photoshop Elements?

  4. rachele says ·

    Hi. thank you so much! i have been looking and looking for something like this. I downloaded it and I went to add the photos in photoshop CS2 but they won’t stay in the box. so I got step one right which was to open the template in photoshop and got lost at step 2. if you are not busy would you mind explaining what I am doing wrong!? 🙂 thank you in advance.

  5. Phyllis says ·

    Thank you for providing these easy to use templates! Love your work and your blog.

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  7. Christy says ·

    When I saved the templates, they are in a zipped file. They are PNG files. I am having an issue with opening them into PSE7. What could I be doing wrong? Help please! Thanks

    • Hi Christy,
      After you unzip the file, can you not open each .png file in PSE7? Unfortunately, I can only test back to PSE8 – and after unzipping the file, each .png is opening perfectly for me. What is the issue? Is there a message about why they aren’t opening? You are opening each .png file individually, correct?

  8. Christy says ·

    Well do I unzip the entire folder or each individual png? Maybe this is a dumb question, but how do I unzip?

    • Hi Christy, you would just unzip the main folder, once you see the .png files, you can’t unzip those – since that’s the file you’ll use in Photoshop. It depends on your computer, but to unzip a file, usually you would right click and it should give you an option to “unzip” or “uncompress” the file. Hopefully that helps!

  9. Thanks so much for these fabulous collages, they are going to be so useful. Hope you are having a great day. 🙂

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