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January 29, 2016
Just for Fun... Here is a winter tour of the house, via Waterlogue.
I have been snowed in and I needed something to pass the time.
So, I decided to play with some of my photos.
It has been really cold outside and I have been playing with photos.
I am converting some of my photos into watercolors with the fun Waterlogue app. If you have not played with Waterlogue you are missing some fun. ha! You can turn photos of your pup, your grandchildren, or a favorite location into a watercolor. Prints are especially nice if you print them onto a textured cotton rag paper.
Turn your own photo/watercolors into note cards, or a canvas. There are so many ways you can use your watercolors. All of them are fun!
I remember always liking watercolor paints...but I'm not that artistic to paint freehand. But with this app I can create some nice looking paintings. I am even thinking of printing some to frame. Any way...here are some of the photos that are now watercolors.
front door wreath
fall table vignette
while dusting the table
a Christmas table vignette
a Christmas place setting
a corner of the dining room
view from the parlor
view from the front hall
coffee table vignette
a favorite jar
the great room, before
the great room, after
the great room, another view
a table vignette in the great room
the lights of Christmas
a kitchen still life
in the kitchen
on the back porch...
a sunny summer morning out back
Thanks for visiting today!
Note: I have NO affiliation with Waterlogue. I just love to play with the app.Additional reading...older posts.
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