Thursday, May 6, 2010

Playing with roses....


Having a little fun with Photoscape...


I tried all different settings...till I come up with this..
kind of like modern art...


just made adjustments here and there....


added a little antique feel to this one...

you can download Photoscape for free

you can crop...make collages...change colors...add colors...
lot's of fun....
Gotta a busy weekend coming up....
Giving my daugher in law and grandson((he's due end of June)) a baby shower...
doing the Wild West Theme...
having lot's of fun gathering all the decorations together...
Any big plans for the weekend?

11 comments:

Deb said...

The antique one is very nice. Have a great day.

Avril said...

Thanks for all your comments recently. Haven't dropped by in ages it seems - I've missed quite a bit. Love your Dallas City photos - never seen your city. Congrats to your beautiful niece on her 18th!
Your mom's garden is full of interesting things! Very pretty!

Sue said...

Love the different looks of the roses. I'll have to check out "photoscape"! I'm having a shower next month for my daughter. My grandson is due in July. That makes two girls, one boy!
Take care, Sue

~Carrie from Cottage Cozy~ said...

Well, aren't you having fun experimenting? Hope you have a wonderful shower this weekend!

Carol said...

Cool...I've not hear of photoscape...

Nola @ the Alamo said...

I like the one that looks scratched and old; maybe because I'm scratched and old, too!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

I love what you did with the rose photos! I wish I had better luck growing them--I try every year, but they never survive the winter even with packing them with leaves & putting plastic over them!

jamjar said...

How much fun was that? The antique one is gorgeous!!! I may have to check into Photoscape!

Stacey at Living by Faith said...

Fun, fun! Look at all you can do with Photoscape. I had no idea.

Have fun at the shower.

Judy said...

I kinda like the ones with the scratches on them - like the photos have been loved for years! Not enough to try it for myself, but I would love to see more...

Susie said...

Neat photos Deb! Looks like lots of fun to change things up a bit.