Don't know how to create a collage of Christmas photos? Just pick an app that does it. Here we have Pic Frames, one of dozens of options out there.
Pic Frames has a workflow style operation mode. You first pick the layout that you want, carefully taking into account the number of pictures that you want to include. Frames that feature orthogonal lines (that's not diagonal) can be adjusted slightly (but not overlapped). What I don't like here is that the collage in the app official image is impossible to reproduce in the app. Weird. In any case once the frame is set you may tap one on the whole thing to start adding pictures. You have no control over where the pictures will end up, so unless you want to discover the placement pattern, you can simply add them all in and then double tap on the ones you don't want to change them.
Double tapping also allows you to edit the images. There are three categories of filters that can be applied. Some are pretty neat. In any way, further editing can be done globally which includes border color, border pattern, border thickness and collage ratio. Border pattern is a bit useless unless you've chosen a decorative border which permits more visibility. After dealing with that, you may also add in stickers, artsy text and then share your creation to your Instagram or Facebook accounts, as well as simply save it and send it via other means.
- Multiple border assortments
- Special fonts
- Multiple ratios for final image
Pic Frames is a decent app. I moves a bit slow perhaps, and adding in pictures is somewhat tedious. Oh and also adjusting each individual picture's size and orientation is sort of sluggish. But other than that, there's nothing to complain about. After all, it's not the sort of app that you'll be using frequently.