I’m throwing this one in for good luck as I fancied creating something with orange today: this is an orange canvas on PicMonkey with a layer of orange freesias (freshly planted and smelling heavenly in our garden), with a light effect from PicMonkey too. Simple but I hope it lifts your spirits!
I fished through some base canvases I create as I’m fiddling with PicMonkey or BeFunky and came across one where I’d saved an image from BeFunky’s “trail” gizmo. Then I added a photo of a ginger flower from our garden in Bowraville on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, and finally added some glitzy … More Ginger Glee
My husband noticed something in the mouth of our big dog, Zoe, and got her to drop it into his hand as she’s a very gentle pooch. And lo and behold! she’d picked up a little chameleon. It was a bit quiet at first, I suppose close encounters of the doggy mouth kind can be … More Karma Chameleon
I found a canvas I’d created a while back of a sky scene and added over it an image of a pale purple/pink geranium flower, an image from the “Water” gizmo on PicMonkey and then another layer of butterflies. Looking at this photo reminded me of the loving song “Amazing Grace” and also how grace … More Amazing Grace
Our garden is looking great this year, so I’ve taken some photos to share. All of our flower beds are fenced in, by the way, to stop our four rescue puppies either a) digging holes or b) eating the flowers and shrubs! Here in North Cyprus it’s a very dry climate so gardens tend to … More Spring Garden
I created this image from a green canvas I created with PicMonkey, added a background from the “Paint Gizmo” then superimposed a photo I took of a fig tree just coming into bloom. We went to a lovely restaurant for the 37th anniversary of when we met and fell in love at first sight, right … More Fig Fancies
Here’s a collage of flowers from our garden this spring – much as I’d like to take credit, my husband is the one with green fingers not me. I look at flowers and they turn up their toes. Bryan looks at flowers and they bow and scrape to him! I’m also reminded of a little … More Spring is Sprung