If you are looking for a gift idea for a teenager, think of the photo collage. Teens are at an age when parents are taking a back seat and friends are taking up more space. Your teenager certainly has hobbies, fads or passions. Get inspired to make sure to please him. If it is well done, your photo collage, as a unique gift will naturally find its place on the walls or in the room of your teenager. You can give it to him for his birthday or at Christmas, but it is also the kind of gift that can also be offered all year round without any particular occasion.
Photo collage on emotional moments
It’s a must-have photo theme, even for a teenager. Choose photos of people he is closest to. It can be his/her family or especially his/her friends. Indeed, a teenager often swears by his/her circle. Select the most beautiful photos of your teen and his/her group of friends, some of his best friends and the selfies he took with those he/she loves most. Contact each of his relatives to ask for pictures that they would have to complete your selection and have new images. You can also select quotes about friendship to mix photos and text for a unique mix of good energy. And why not make him/her a big surprise for his birthday? Ask his/her best friends a photo and write him/her a note to integrate it into his custom photo collage.
Teenagers often already have a clear idea of what they like and their hobbies. If your daughter/son is passionate about dancing and would like to do more, use the collage as a support. You can put pictures of him/her in uniform and in full representation since he/she started this activity. Add photos of his/her favorite dancers, and images of the type of dance she practices to make him/her want to go further. For your nephew/niece, music fan, do the same with pictures of concerts, the greatest musicians … And if your teenager has many hobbies, create a phot collage mixing all of her/his hobbies so that she/he takes full advantage of it.
His/her next projects
If your teenager already knows what he wants to do later for a living, the photo collage will allow you to encourage him/her and show him/her your support in what he/she wants to undertake. If he/she wants to go to university, make him/her a collage with photos related to this subject, such as those of a renowned university or text, such as student testimonials. If these are jobs that he or she has in mind, you can remind him/her the path to take before getting there, and add photos of him/her related to this future job. If your niece/nephew wants to become a veterinarian, for example, provide her/him a summary of the studies to pursue and put pictures of her/him taking care of animals. Your son/daughter addicted to video games does not stop, he/she will work in the video game industry later. You might have other plans for him/her, but to avoid conflict, why not use photo to suggest other alternatives?
Building up her/his confidence again
And if your teenager does not know what she/he wants to do later, why not give her/him a little orientation advice through a photo collage? Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your child, what she/he likes to do and what makes her/him feel useful. Depending on the results, you may have career paths or studies for your daughter that you can illustrate with photos, images and text. Photo collage is a gift that will give your teen more courage if he or she has recently failed, whether in high school or in private life. Select photos of him or her that make you proud, list his/her best qualities by giving the definition and write a personalized message of encouragement to make him smile again.
If the photo collage you are making is for a teenager, the key themes are his/her loved ones and his hobbies. On the side of relatives, friends are sure values. Make him/her a collage of photos of him/her and his/her merry troop of buddies and offer him/her to show him/her that you pay attention to him/her. In the same manner, a photo montage around his/her hobbies or what he/she wants to do for a living later is a way of showing him/her your love. And since it’s not always easy to talk to teens, let images and photos speak for yourself and give advices and opportunities.