Microsoft Designer introduces the Frame Image and Collage Creator capabilities to the tool

Available to all Microsoft accounts in English, for now.

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Microsoft Designer has introduced two new features. They are expected to assist you in enhancing your photographs and make them more appealing.

The company announced in a blog post that it is now launching Frame Image and Collage Creator for Designers, which enables you to generate AI-made frames for your photos and make collages of images.

Using Frame Image, you can create a picture and write about the theme or parts you desire in this frame. Eventually, you may incorporate styles like watercolor, doodle art, neon art, and pencil sketch. You could then link your image with Microsoft Designer to add the frame.

On the other hand, Collage Creator permits you to gather as many as ten photos together. You can put that collection in a custom AI image frame. You may explore various collage layouts like landscape and portrait orientations.

Frame Image and Collage Creator can be used to create anything from wedding and birthday invitations to vision and mood boards. They’re also perfect for celebrating kids’ milestones and capturing memories from vacations, events, and family gatherings. They make it easy to share your creations on social media or turn them into one-of-a-kind posters, calendars, or gifts.


In Microsoft Designer, the Frame Image and Collage Creator features are available in English. Soon, they will be accessible in other languages, too. In other news, the platform has been getting a lot of attention lately, as the Redmond-based tech giant recently added the amazing Restyle Image capability that turns every image you upload in the tool into a piece of art.

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