Whether you use Facebook for business, blogging, or personal, your Facebook Cover Photo is essentially the first impression a viewer gets of your page. That means it’s got to be high resolution, on-brand, and eye-catching if you want to turn viewers into followers that will spend time on your page. Although typically the Facebook Cover Photo is composed of one amazing image, how do you choose the best if you have more than one?
For all the times you want to showcase more than one photo, the Facebook Cover templates in BeFunky’s Collage Maker is the way to go! They’re perfectly sized for Facebook and even include a space for your profile pic, so you never have to worry about part of an image getting covered up. And the best part is, each layout is totally customizable to suit your needs. We’ll show you how to create the perfect Facebook Cover Photo Collage in minutes!
Facebook Photo Collage Inspiration
Facebook is such a powerful social media platform for connecting people to your business, blog, or simply keeping in touch with your friends over the years. Whatever you use Facebook for the most, there’s a Facebook Cover template in BeFunky’s Collage Maker to help you make something eye-catching and memorable. Here are some designs to inspire you:
Consider your Facebook page an extension of your blog homepage; it should be on-brand, relevant, and noteworthy. That means including the same photography, fonts, and color schemes already present on your blog.
Creating a Facebook Cover Photo Collage is a great way to highlight your blog’s personality. Instead of going with one of your favorite photos, you can present a handful of your favorites to really represent your blog’s persona.
A Facebook page is essential for your business and often where current or potential customers can learn more of what your business is about. That means the Facebook Cover Photo is crucial, as those customers will be able to determine whether they’re interested in your business in just one glance.
Your business may be multifaceted in nature, and the Facebook Cover Photo Collage can help you showcase that by helping you design multiple photos into one great Facebook Cover.
Sometimes it’s not enough to display one great photo of yourself, and for those times where you can’t decide, the Facebook Cover Photo Collage templates will help you share them all at once. There’s no need to pick one favorite photo.
Whatever you use Facebook for, if you’re wanting to create a Cover Photo Collage instead of going the basic route, BeFunky’s Collage Maker is the easiest way to go. We’ll show you how easy it is to use our drag-and-drop simplicity, a huge library of collage layouts, and all the customization options you could want to design the Facebook Cover of your dreams.
How To Make A Facebook Cover Photo Collage
To get started with your Facebook Cover Photo Collage, head to BeFunky’s Collage Maker and open the Layouts tab from the main menu on the left. Scroll down to the Facebook Cover category and click on each layout for a preview.
When you find the perfect one, you can immediately begin adding your favorite photos. The easiest way to add photos to collages is to open the Image Manager tab (the top icon) in the menu on the left. You can choose the Computer button to upload images stored on your computer, the … button to use images stored on your Facebook page or BeFunky account, or click the Search Stock Images button to search over a million free stock photos to use in your collage. Once they’re uploaded to the Image Manager, they’ll appear as thumbnails that you can drag-and-drop into your collage cells.
There are on-canvas controls that you can use to further customize your collage layout. Click-and-drag the area between the cells to resize them, swap photos around by dragging-and-dropping them to new cells, and drag photos around within their own cells to reposition them.
Clicking on any photo in a cell will bring up a menu of customization options as well. You can use it to delete the image, replace the image, or edit the image. When you choose Edit Image, an Image Properties menu will appear to help you increase the size of the photo, rotate it, or even open it in BeFunky’s Photo Editor to edit the photo simultaneously as you create your collage!
If you’d like to add text to your Facebook Cover Photo Collage, simply open the Text tab in the menu on the left (the A icon), followed by the Add Text button. A textbox will appear for you to type whatever you’d like. You’ll notice that any time your textbox is selected, a Text Properties toolbar appears for you to customize the text. Use it to change the font, font color, letter spacing, and so much more! You can also reposition the textbox by clicking and dragging it to a new position on the template, and use the blue circles around the textbox to resize and rotate it.
You can also add your logo to the Facebook Cover if that’s more your style. To do so, open the Graphics tab (the heart icon) in the menu on the left. If your logo is stored on your computer, click the Computer button and locate the file to upload it, then drag-and-drop your logo thumbnail onto the collage to reposition and resize it.
With your Facebook Cover Photo Collage looking perfect, all that’s left to do is save it. Click the Save button at the top of the Collage Maker to save your Facebook Cover to your computer. From there, you can upload it directly to your Facebook page and watch those likes roll in!
If you’ve run out of time and need to come back to your project at a later date, the Save As Project option in the Save menu is a great way to do so. This way, you can save your Facebook Cover in editable format. Either choose to save your project to your Computer as a .BFD file, or save it to BeFunky. When you’re ready to re-open it, choose the .BFD file from the Open menu, or choose BeFunky to find it stored in the Project Manager.
Using the Facebook Cover layouts in BeFunky’s Collage Maker will really help your page stand out. In a world of single-photo Facebook Covers, yours will be the one that makes everyone wonder “how did you do it?”
Ready to start designing your own Facebook Cover Photo Collage? Click the link below to get started!