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Rainy Day Dubbin'...

Yesterday, other than going out for breakfast, we didn't do much. Rainy and cold. While Bud was watching one of his DVDs "The Sand Pebbles" or something like that. LOL. I played on the computer software...paintshop pro

I took this photo and tried to make it look like a suncatcher by adding some texture effects and then adding a chisel outlining, trying to add a bit of pewter look to the framing...then, adding glass effect and taking the text 'zero' for chain... 'Tis the season for Texas State Flower...the Bluebonnet!!


20 comments :

  1. You are amazing, love you.

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  2. It's truly beautiful. So the bluebonnets are up? It's spring! Yay! :-)

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  3. It turned out so beautiful and springy looking!

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  4. i love the edit. i have never been able to conquer paint shop and it is on both computers... you did a fantastic job of this one.

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  5. Wish I had Paint Shop - I like to manipulate photos as a pastime! There are free ones "out there" and they are fun to try. Your result is nice.

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  6. Beautiful! We've had our first ones blooming this week- yay!!!

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  7. Beautiful bluebonnet! Ah, flowers (instead of snow)...soon! :)

    You made a great sun catcher too!

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  8. Good Job Anni. I'd love to have that in my window....maybe add a hummer too.
    Hugs Madi and Mom

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  9. That looks really good! Such a beautiful flower. Just think, if you had one of those 3-D printers you could make yourself an actual sun catcher.

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  10. The end result of your playing is gorgeous.

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  11. How cool! Love your suncatcher creation. You can do so much with photography these days. Very artful, Anni!

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  12. It is really cute, your are talented.. Have a happy week!

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  13. That's really nice. I've never worked with paint shop pro. Years ago when I was trying to decide between buying that or photoshop elements I ended up choosing elements because it was cheaper. I'm such a tightwad....lol

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  14. Good job! It really does look like a suncatcher.

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  15. Your suncatcher is very pretty.

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  16. Dearest Anni;
    Oh My; Great editing and marvelous pictures♡♡♡ I never knew the soft ware, must have a vast function.
    I'm writing comments to my friends; my husband got tired and taking a nap with tv on. He'll wake up if I turn it off p;)

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  17. Well, look at you! Nice job.

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  18. Great job, Anni! I love your suncatcher creation.

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