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Winners of Picture Collage Maker Pro

Here is the list of winners of the Picture Collage Maker Pro Father’s day giveaway that we organized last week. I was a little late for the announcement as Father’s Day went by early this week, but it’s never late to say how much you love your dad. So here are the 20 winners.

  1. WowJamal 
  2. Gypse Boxten 
  3. Krishna P. Vijayan 
  4. manea
  5. Kashif Iqbal Khan
  6. Harry W
  7. Christian
  8. Prabhakar Goud
  9. myimmortalize
  10. Dirk du Plooy
  11. Islam Adel
  12. Vaibhav Srivastava
  13. Dache
  14. Ksenia Kurlak
  15. yogendra
  16. Lee Garber
  17. gioca
  18. bharat
  19. Paul(us)
  20. NKS

Congratulation to the winners and thanks to all who took part. Each of the names above has won a copy of Picture Collage Maker Pro license worth $39.90. Winners will receive their license keys through email shortly.

A recap of the program you will be getting:

Picture Collage Maker is an advanced photo collage generator that allows you to turn your photos into elaborate collages, scrapbook, calendars and greetings cards. You can choose from a variety of template layouts or create your own design from scratch, apply image frames, masks, drop shadows and other effects. The images can be cropped and resized to fit, and freely arranged within the collage. The program supports drag and drop image placements, resizing and multiple layers of images and clipart decorations.

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