PicMonkey Staffers’ Facebook Collages

Uh, we didn’t want to say anything, but your Facebook cover is getting kinda stale. A little smelly, too. And those vacation photos are like, so fresh they’re gonna burst! Share the beauty: drop your summer photos into a swanky collage, a.k.a. the best Facebook cover maker.

Here’s where PicMonkey staffers have been this summer, as seen in their brand new Facebook cover photos:

collage of Brian's vacation snaps for his facebook cover photos
Brian and his lovely lady found inner paz in Vieques, Puerto Rico.

photo collage of Lisa's vacation
Lisa and her crew toured the sites (and broke cameras!) in Germany, France, and Iceland.

photo collage of Jordan's vacation
Jordan and her guy biked the beaches of the Washington coast.

collage of Jenn's vacation snaps
Jenn and her fella got in over their heads in the canyons of Utah.

Here’s a tip: Plan around the fact that your profile picture will be placed in the lower left corner of your Facebook cover, taking up about twenty percent of horizontal space. So be sure that your collage doesn’t show anything of focal importance in that area.


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  • http://theeternaltraveller.wordpress.com the eternal traveller

    I love this idea…and I will definitely have a go. How clever you all are!

  • http://gravatar.com/sonoshu6293 Andrea J.

    I’ve had mine up since June!

  • Sarah

    Very cool. And I LOVE Vieques!

  • http://twitter.com/RCONNOR111 ROBERT CONNOR III (@RCONNOR111)


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  • mandavikaushik

    how do you get rid of the white gap betweek images

  • Cathy Conley

    The cover pages used to be designed to fit with the profile picture. Why did this change. It is one of the reasons I purchased this product. Not happy with the changes.

    • sarahgrace

      FaceBook would be the ones to change it, I imagine, have you asked at the Help site there?

  • sarahgrace

    I don’t see any answered questions but I’ll try one anyway, do you have a template for the FaceBook banner? I always end up with something that cuts off at the top. People are starting to call me Henry the 8th and hold onto their necks when they see me!

    OK, kidding. But the top is always cut off. Help!