For Easter, my BFF gave me a watercolor of two cute chicks in a square frame with a mat opening of 6″ x 6″. We decided that I could replace the chick pic with seasonal art of my own design. So using mixed media paper, cheap watercolors, and a white Gelly Roll pen, here’s my product. I think I’ll leave it on my table from Memorial Day weekend until the Fourth of July. Go, USA!
Isn’t this a lovely picture? I took a photograph of this iris when I was on a girlfriends’ trip to southern Louisiana. We went to Avery Island — home of a beautiful garden, a bird sanctuary, and Tabasco.
I’ve been playing around with a new app, and I thought this photograph turned out the best. The app is called “Waterlogue” ($3.99 in the Apple App Store), and it converts any photo to an assortment of watercolor images. You can then save your new image to your Camera Roll, and you can even print it yourself or send it to a photo printing site. It’ll make you look like an artist — exactly what every crapsman hopes for!