Storytelling Collage Templates

Storytelling Collage Templates

A collage template perfect for statement art, showcasing your best images with designer style. Laura of Laura Winslow Photography shares, "I designed this 30x40 gallery wrapped canvas using a template from the Larger Than Life collage collection. The images are of our family session with Matt Sloan of Sloan Photographers.

I love the Larger Than Life collection both for my clients and for my own home because it is a wonderful way to essentially tell a story on your walls. A canvas piece of a single image can be absolutely stunning. However, when you just love all the unique images from a session, you want to be able to showcase the different moments captured by including many images, not just one. I love that I am able to instantly be taken back to that day and how we had little silly moments, serious moments and everything in between. It's almost like having a spread of an album always open!

These are incredibly popular with my clients--I have used them not only including images, but also utilize one of the blocks as an area for custom text. Sometimes we include the name of a child with birth information, sometimes just the family name and year, and sometimes meaningful words or quotes. LOVE these!"

Thanks for sharing, Laura! Enjoy your $75 gift code in our shop~




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