Thursday, August 29, 2013

Butterfly Colour Palette

When I first learned to make mosaics, they were addictive, and still can be!  Now I'm having fun making colour palettes and this one is created (especially for Vee) from the butterfly, pink on the plate and wine colour from the tablecloth.  Here is the link if you want to try one yourself.  PicMonkey is free editing software with lots of possibilities.
I'm linking with Anything Blue Friday.

11 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh...that is so cool. Would you believe that I still have not figured out how you are getting the space below your picture...I like the colors added separate from the photo. This makes it so easy to find the color palette if one is creating a room.

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  2. I am glad that you gave us a link for the color palette. I am always wondering "How'd she do that?" Now can have some fun. Thank you.

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  3. I have been meaning to try it. Thanks for the reminder! Cool colors in that photo!

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  4. Have never heard of PicMonkey. Looks like fun! That's really pretty.

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  5. The colors are beautiful, Judith. I can tell you are enjoying playing in PicMonkey! Have a great wknd!
    Hugs and blessings, Beth

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  6. I am going to try this! I have just blogged about wanting to learn to do more with photo-editing and graphics. I am definitely going to see if I can use PicMonkey. Thanks!
    And your pic is lovely.

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  7. As a former (and probably future) magazine editor, I always loved working with color palettes! This one is great!

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  8. Beautiful color palette-I too enjoy the many possibilities with picmonkey.

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  9. This is really neat! Thanks for the link. I often use this editing program but have yet to find what you use for the color.

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  10. I want to make one, too. I saw how...but haven't had time to make one! Yours is lovely! I'll follow your link! Thank you so much!

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  11. Love these and will have to play with them soon.

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