Since my art skills are indistinguishable from my preschooler’s and commissioning a painting was not in my budget, there’s a spot above my dresser that’s been empty for, um, awhile now.
Recently, though, I discovered Waterlogue – a $4 app that converts photos to watercolor-inspired masterpieces. Although I love original paintings, I also love that Waterlogue allows me to choose the style I want and see the finished product before I invest in printing it on canvas.
For the wall above my dresser, I chose a photo of my three littles sitting on the beach we visit every year. It’s holds a lot of meaning for me because it represents one my favorite family traditions, and I love how it turned out:
Just for fun, I also played with a few more photos. Here are the first garlicky radishes I fermented on my family’s homestead (the original photo is on the right) . . .
Here’s my daughter on the beach I mentioned above several years before our littlest arrived . . .
And here’s a pier I photographed in Mahahual, Mexico when my husband and I were newlyweds.
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