Thursday, July 12, 2012

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The Beyond Layers assignment today was to take one of my photographs and use Kim Klassen's texture, "I am," and one of her brushes.  The texture added the blue tinge to the image.  Kim creates brushes that stamp whole quotations!  The one I picked to use says (in case you can't read upsidedown), "Life does not have to be perfect to be wonderful."  So I wanted to do something that wasn't perfect, but still wonderful.  :o)  The background photo was taken in Maine.  The fellow is a young version of my late Uncle Bob.

















This is the family photo I used.  Not everyone in the family is in the picture - there were eleven children!  My Dad, John, is in the back row, far left. 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very clever! I laughed out loud!

The Artful Diva said...

LOL! I did one too - it's on the Flickr group page for Beyond Layers

Beverly said...

Those sort of creative things make the lesson more fun. I would not have thought of doing that. Very fun! Love seeing older photos of family!

Merike said...

WOW! The first one is wonderful. Lovely old feelings and fonts are great :)

Butterbean Row said...

The first one is very honest...to show that you (and I) are not perfect.
Love to see old pictures of family.

♥charlotte

Mary Ann Roesler said...

Thinking outside of the box...great!

Tammy said...

Very creative!!!