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Nice collage. How did you make it? Making book cover collages is something that I've never been able to figure out. Of course with over 350 books read in 2012 I don't think I can get them all into a collage in a size that anyone could recognize the books.
I used: http://www.picture2life.com/?ref=emailIt allows you to use as many pictures as you want. Or what about the first project we did with Wordle? Just use the titles...that would look cool :)
Here is the link to my collage. I simply copied and pasted from my Goodreads collage on my blog to "paint" and saved as a jpeg. That seemed easiest to me this morning. I don't remember how I did it last year.http://onceuponashelf.blogspot.com/2013/01/2012-collage-of-books-read.html
Thank goodness I saw a post on Facebook -- I thought the HBRC was only 17 days long and thought we finished yesterday!I swiped Tracy's idea and used my Goodreads pic, but last year I used shapecollage.com and it was way cuter. More time consuming, though.Here's my pic:http://kristinehallways.blogspot.com/2012/12/holiday-break-reading-challenge-2012.html
By the way, Julie & Karin, when is the last day of the challenge? I don't want to miss one!
I had a problem putting my collage together, but I finally got it, sort of. I wish I had thought about using my Goodreads collage. That would have been much easier!http://mstanley77.blogspot.com/2013/01/holiday-break-reading-challenge-day-17.html
I too used my Goodreads stats. I did a screen shot and then did some cropping and such. Here it is http://bookladysbooknotes.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/hbrc-day-18-create-a-collage/
I'm out of town today. Sorry ladies I'll take care of things tomorrow. The last day of the HBRC is January 4th. Thanks for participating!!
Julie and Karin are anxious to hear what you have to say. Leave a comment.