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  1. NCChamberWindow.jpg

    One Photo Cottage Arts - Click Mask Love, 8x10 11a Photoblend, Click Mask 4 LGrier - All I Have to do is Dream Stitches-long NBK Previous Twig Katie Pertiet Krafty Elegance Stitches.
  2. Heirloom tomatoes Well - all brushes and actions -- over 80 layers. I guess you can still tell these are tomatoes, but you cannot find the original photo anymore. Is this abstract art? It is to me. Perhaps it is more representational than some consider abstract - I don't know. But it is what it is. I used brushes by: Just Jaimee -- Dynamic brushes, Geometric, Stripes and watercolor. NMB brushes and styles from Autumn WHispers, Intuitive, Make a Wish and Be Kind Also - Anna Aspnes - APP Wildernes Slatter I started with Joanne Brisbois' plain white watercolor paper. I definitely stretched my brush skills on this - first I did a lot of work on the photo; highly modifying it with filters lauers, blending etc. Then I painted and styled away - there is no end to these LO's I found. It's a wrap. Thanks for the challenges --
  3. Fall

    Kits: Artplay Palette Give thanks, Artplay Palette My Camera by Anna Aspnes
  4. Run Away Art

    I've never tried this style before but I have to say this was fun and I will be trying this again x

    © Sharon Chambers

  5. Credits: Anna Aspnes Designs: ArtPlay Palette Whizzo WaterColor FotoBlendz No7 Paper Textures No3 Pin Striped Textures No1 Script Tease Love No2 White Paint No1 Button Threadz No3 Love WordArt No5 PhotoShop Action ModernArt by SevenStyles
  6. Poppies

    I used 4 photos of poppies and altered them in photoshop to look like pencil crayon sketches. Everything else on the page, other than the background paper, was done with brushes and masks. Credits: Butterfly Brushes by beninegoita Delight Kit & Brushes by Karla Dudley Mixed Media Brushes by Simply Tiffany Studios Dude by Robyn Meierotto Embrace the Everyday by Traci Reed
  7. This time of year by Grace Lee (background papers) Photo Blendz No 7 by Anna Aspnes Designs Life is tweet brushes by Studio Basic A September to remember by Studio Flergs (elements)
  8. Travel to Live

    Credits: Anna Aspnes - Art Play Gentle Morning paper, Art Play Arrive Transfer, Art Play Seafoam brushes, Travel Word Art 3, Travel Word Art Mix 1, Art Play Traveler Brush, K Pertiet Simple Classic Traveler Overlays NBK Design - Rose Boheme paper piece, Re-invent kit paper piece, Intuitive kit texture, Make a Wish kit paper Photo Credit to my son in law - Shane Sauve
  9. Prepare to be Dazzled

    A Force to be Reckoned With - Created by Jill (painted watercolor paper background, artsy blends (paints and stamps), artsy bits (misc paint composite), watery masks) Can You Hear the Rain - Created by Jill (artsy bits: painted lines stamp recolored) You Dazzle Me - Created by Jill (word bit) Photo Treatment - Topaz Simplify (then clipped to watery mask)
  10. Credits: Photo was taken down in Florida in May of this year, beautiful flowers growing alongside of a wall. All else came from Jen Maddocks - Noel, Believe, Bricolage 103, Summery, ART and the Woods, ART and Nature, Paint that Flower, Adieu Summer, Something Wicked. Artful Marks No4.
  11. Excited

    © Ramshackle photography

  12. Serenity

    Dawn Inskip ~ Shabby Stamps and Brushes Just Jaime ~ Countdown Day 3 Lynn Grieveson ~ Not Quite White Amber LaBau ~ Happy Place Red Ivy ~ Seasons Change Etc. by Danyale ~ Red Nose | Kit Just Jaimee ~ World Geography Forever Joy ~ Heaven and Nature Fonts: Botanica Script & 1942 Report