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Have You Tried PhotoPad?

Hi Neighbors!

I am really hoping my week is slowing down a little bit.  I have had some time to actually get on my Facebook page recently.  I took the opportunity to use PhotoPad.  I am really enjoying spending time designing photo books.


I am working on one right now with our baby bunnies and Sheltie puppies.  The PhotoPad App is really easy to use.  You can choose pictures from your computer, Facebook, Flickr or an URL.  You can automatically add pictures and it will fill the photo book for you, or you can do what I do and select them individually.  By doing this, I move them around, resize them, change the order, just basically keep designing and redesigning until I have what I want.  I add photos, remove photos, move them around on the page, add text, change your text, rotate or angle pictures or text.  Then you can add stickers and shapes.  I added a crown to one of the puppy's heads.  I am going to start one of our travel pictures and one of the children playing games.


Once you have finished and are satisfied with your photo book you can save it to Facebook, send pages as eCards, send it to friends or save as a photo book.  You can change the settings from private to friends, or even make it public.  I am going to have my daughters each design a photo book too!


Along with creating photo books, you can also create eCards, postcards, and post or send animations. The postcards use your Facebook photo for a stamp.  You can then add a photo, edit the text and send!


This is like online scrapbooking.  I am sure I will continue to design on PhotoPad and I really believe my neighbors would enjoy this too!  Like the PhotoPad page and then be sure to try out the PhotoPad App.

As you work and design photo books, eCards and postcards, you earn points and thus advance to higher levels.  For each level you go up, you are entered to win the monthly drawing.

If you use Photopad, be sure to leave a comment and tell me what you like about it.  Or maybe you have some suggestions for other options you would like to see on PhotoPad.

Comments

Jenn Hiles said…
This sounds like a lot of fun! I like that you can add stickers to the photos.
Unknown said…
Thank You Jennifer Hiles- it is simpl social and fun app on Facebook. It is free to all users at this time. Love for you to check it out too! Love to hear feedback. http://apps.facebook.com/photopad/

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