Change

Change is all around us. Most of it we can't control. Some we can. I have had a lot of both in my life lately and I'm learning to embrace it. As my life is taking a new direction I decided it was time to take the blog down a new path as well. I will be posting a travel journal of sorts to document our simple journeys and I would love to share it with you. Welcome!

9/26/11

{Love} with Texture Tuesday

This week's theme at Kim's Texture Tuesday is "Love", a wide open topic with room for lots of interpretations.  I went with a non-romantic angle, yet stayed with an emotional aspect.



Increased saturation of background layer.
Layer 1: Photo filter adjustment layer (sepia) at 100% opacity
Layer 2: Kim's Canvas Magic texture, linear dodge at 88% opacity
Layer 3: Kim's Crackerjack texture, overlay mode at 83% opacity

We are required to use at least one of Kim's textures, but really?....who can stop with just one?

Original



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9/20/11

Textures to share



I enjoy using Kim's textures, so I thought I would participate.


The textures I used were both new this week:
desaturated, blending mode-soft light, 100% opacity
blending mode-multiply, 45% opacity

Photo before layering the textures

9/16/11

Art, but not mine

Well, technically it IS mine, since it was sent to me.
But I can't claim it as my own work is what I'm getting at.

There's glitter!!

I received this foxy lady in the mail today

She sent it to me to celebrate a little
annual occassion that happens tomorrow.

I love getting pretty things in the mail.
Thanks!



9/13/11

Some randomness


The picture of innocence.
Don't let it fool you.


I'm just sayin'


And be especially wary of this one:
 Need I say more?
His middle name is spelled: T-R-U-H-B-L-E

 A little arts and crafts:

Card stock, scalloped scissors, rubber stamps, ink and chalk.


Thank you notes for baby gifts.


Still waiting for Miss B.

9/2/11

As promised, here is another project we did for Miss B's room.

Naturally, it features butterflies prominently,
 but with some other touches as well.
We wanted a shabby chic feel
 and this old window frame fit the bill perfectly.




 I added some pretty paper dresses on a clothesline, which is
a secondary theme, as you will see here.




This feminine, shabby chic vignette hangs over the 
changing table that got a redo here.

Just a couple more projects to wrap up!

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