So Many Ideas for Using Waterlogue App.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

 
 
My daughters come up with the best gift ideas.  This past Mother's Day
Sarah took a picture of my knot garden, used this app called
Waterlogue and with the magic of technology the
picture that you take with your camera turns instantly
into a beautiful watercolor.  She then sent the picture to
www.mpix.com and they printed note cards for me.
 
I was so excited to receive this gift.  I immediately started
thinking of all the things I could do with this app. 
Cards, labels, gift tags...so many ideas.
 
 
 
If you know me, you know how much I love anything Blue Willow.
I immediately took a picture of a platter and then with the Waterlogue
App this is the result.  Wouldn't this make a great gift tag
for anything kitchen related?

Blue Willow Platter

This is a picture of a flower bouquet that Judy Mercado had on her patio table
 when we toured her beautiful garden.     
                       
 
 
 
You begin to see what subjects will make good watercolor pictures,
and which won't.  I found that pictures of people don't do
well using this app.  Colors and contrasts make a big
difference too.

 
Picture taken at Kaye Maclaskey's garden tour.

Now when you take pictures you can keep in mind how you can use this app.
It's only $2.99 and with a click of a button you can use it in so many ways. 
 
Let me know what ideas you come up with using the Waterlogue App.
 
 

3 comments:

  1. I saw one of your pictures in action the other day. So pretty! I know someone's garden that would look great remembered that way ;) Maybe a coffee table book of seasons in the Garden is due!

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    1. Oh yes! I totally agree. It's such a fun app to play around with - using all your pictures. I love reading your blog. Thank you for taking time to share your wonderful life story.

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  2. Love it! Such a great idea, especially for notecards! And the Blue Willow turned out extra great in Waterlogue!

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