Sunday, January 25, 2015

Mosaic Monday #25 Painted Bouquets

Like many blogging sisters I've had fun playing with the Waterlogue app on my iPad and hope it will become available for my MacBook too.
To bring some colour and pretty flowers into an otherwise cold and snowy atmosphere, I painted three bouquets.
Have you played with Waterlogue yet? There are a number of settings to choose from and it's easy to use.
There's a button on my sidebar to use for Mosaic Monday if you wish. Just copy and paste the code into your layout where you want it and then clicking the button from your blog will take you right to all the MM posts.

Each week I try to remember to include how to participate in Mosaic Monday. This is a meme for MOSAICS/COLLAGES, make sure there's one in your post before linking please, otherwise this isn't the party for you! Some participants don't understand about linking back to a host's blog which is a courtesy and their visitors in turn can find the fun and join in too. If you don't know how, ask the host or another blogger.
On behalf of party hosts across blogdom, thank you to the gracious participants that understand the etiquette of joining memes. By observing, it doesn't take long to figure out and I'm sure the hosts, myself included, appreciate their guidelines being followed. Thank you for your understanding. 

Welcome to Mosaic Monday
❀Link the Url from a post containing a mosaic or collage about any subject. 
❀Please link back to this Mosaic Monday post so that your readers can find other wonderful mosaics. 
❀Linked posts not including a mosaic nor linking back to Mosaic Monday will be removed in fairness to other participants.
Thank you for participating and sharing your creativity
Mosaic Monday may be late in being posted next week. 

48 comments:

  1. Hello Judith, the waterlogue app does look like fun to play with.. I only have the ipad mini and I am not sure how space this app takes up. I might have to check it out anyway.. I love the flowers and the images.. Thanks for hosting, wishing you a happy week ahead!

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  2. Oh Judith, your paintings are wonderful!
    When I have seen images edited with Waterlogue, I have been wondering whether even I should consider becoming an Apple user... :)
    Your bouquets may be the most beautiful Waterlogue works I have seen!
    Have a lovely new week!

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  3. Very lovely 'paintings'! It is amazing what an app can do. Have a nice week.

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  4. I have seen this application before, but am unable to get it using what I have. You did a marvelous job, so pretty and I welcome the colours with these drab cold gray days~

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  6. Loverly colours, and that app looks like fun... (I haven't got an iPad or i-anything, though)

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  7. Oh I love this app and wish it was for the MacBook...I do have one for the MacBook that creates paintings but I would love just the watercolor....beautiful pictures Judith!

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  8. I think the Waterlogue app works especially well with flowers. Yours are so pretty. Wouldn't it be great if it did become available for a mac!

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  9. I love Waterlogue and haven't used it lately. It sure works wonders on flowers! Lovely my friend! And thanks for the Mosaic Monday fun! Hugs, Diane

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  10. So pretty! Especially the tulips! I like this idea for a mosaic a lot! xx

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  11. Beautiful real blooms as well as APP-Dapted :)

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  12. Thank you Judith for hosting Mosaic Monday no. 25. I am going to try that app on my ipad, your watercolored bouquets are so beautiful. Have a wonderful week.
    Joy

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  13. Hi Judith
    I have an ipad but I don't have this app as yet..I do like the effects it makes, especially on flowers.
    I had to link using my phone. Hope it works. My Internet went down this afternoon :( waiting for repair.

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  15. Judith please delete my first link up It goes to my blog's facebook page and not my blog. I have my internet back now and I was able to link up properly! Thanks,, Sorry for the inconvenience!

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  16. Oh I love that program - wish I had something that it worked on - but so far not, but I can hope.

    The bouquets are gorgeous.

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  17. I enjoy using Waterlogue on my iPhone and am hoping it will come to my MacBook too. Your flowers are beautiful done with this app. Thanks for hosting Judith. Have a great week.

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  18. I like the Waterlogue app! It is fun to use and your photos look lovely!

    Deanna

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  19. I haven 't tried it yest but will now that I've seen your photos!

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  20. Waterlogue and you have created beautiful works of art! I especially like the tulips. Have a great week!
    Hugs, Beth

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  21. Waterlogue looks like so much fun. I have Photoshop Elements which has the same tool, but this application would be much easier. It does lend beautiful results.

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  22. Your flowers are lovely and the Waterlogue application turns them into very beautiful works of art. I have it on my IPad and I also have fun with another app called Brushtstrokes.

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  23. luv the watercolouring, Judith !
    thanks for being clear on the meme w/ instructions - makes for enjoyable partying <3

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  24. Oh, that Waterlogue app! Sure wish they'd make it for Android. Love the mosaics!

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  25. Love your watercolors! I'm waiting for the MacBook edition ... I hope! Lovely!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  26. This looks like a lot of fun, fingers crossed for the Macbook edition!
    Thank you for hosting
    Wren x

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  27. I really need to try Waterlogue, Judith. It looks like so much fun.

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  28. Hi Judith. I really like what you did with your photos using "Waterlogue". I wish they'd make if for the iMac desktops, I'd really love to play with that one!!

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  29. Wonderful serie of blooms! Lovely way to make collages and the program seems so interesting. I used for a while Picasa, but I have problems with the windows... so I chose a simple one, now, without to download. Thanks for hosting and for great info, as well! May you have a sunny and happy week!

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  30. I haven't tried that app yet. Your paintings came out lovely. On a sunny, windy and cold day it is a treat to see lovely blooms.

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  31. I LOVE Waterlogue but until picmonkey gets with the program I may not use - it's so difficult to take pic with phone then waterlogue it then email to myself then open picmonkey to edit..............I am trying to be patient but OMG it is so awesome - taking rather oridinary pics and making them extraordinary.

    Your choices for today are marvelous! (And also incredibly beautiful bouquets, my dear!)

    Thank you for hosting! Hugs!

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  32. I LOVE Waterlogue but until picmonkey gets with the program I may not use - it's so difficult to take pic with phone then waterlogue it then email to myself then open picmonkey to edit..............I am trying to be patient but OMG it is so awesome - taking rather oridinary pics and making them extraordinary.

    Your choices for today are marvelous! (And also incredibly beautiful bouquets, my dear!)

    Thank you for hosting! Hugs!

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  33. Love, love LOVE! Those photos and that app. I have an Android so will need to do some research but like Michele above, not sure I have the time or wherewithal to get the photo taken, changed, sent, and applied. Beautiful results though.

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  34. This looks great! I didn't know this app yet... Have a nice week!

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  35. I keep forgetting! I have this app, to. Sigh. We bought my son-in-law's iPad.

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  36. I have become quite the fan of the Waterlogue app and will be forever grateful to you for sharing it through your own beautiful photos! When I came up with the idea for my weekly tea-themed stories on my blog, I knew I wanted to include a photo to keep it from being just text, but I didn't want the photo to be so specific it would distract from the story. Turning some of my old photos into hazy "watercolors" was the perfect solution! Thank you, again, for sharing this app on your blog, or I might never have heard of it!

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  37. Your Waterlogue images are beautiful, I cannot choose a favourite! I'm so happy to say I now have Waterlogue on my new iPad. I've only played with it a bit, but cannot wait to have more fun with it...

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  38. I love them all, but like the purple one the best, how bout you?

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  39. Hi Judith, I just happened to post a collage today and then stopped by to look at your blog and saw "Mosaic Monday", wasnt sure how to do the link, but looks like it worked for me! LOL Sure some pretty ones on there, off now to go take a look at them.

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  40. Hi Judith! I WISH there was Waterlogue for Android. I just love the images that can be made from them. There is a special effect in PicMonkey (HDR) that sorta kinda does a faux watercolor look, but still not the same. One of these days I shall have to do something more with my pictures and join this meme. Some of these gals are really awesome with a camera.
    Joy!
    Kathy

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  41. Hi Judith! I WISH there was Waterlogue for Android. I just love the images that can be made from them. There is a special effect in PicMonkey (HDR) that sorta kinda does a faux watercolor look, but still not the same. One of these days I shall have to do something more with my pictures and join this meme. Some of these gals are really awesome with a camera.
    Joy!
    Kathy

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  42. Every time I see Waterlogue being used, I think I ought to have it. Sadly, memory is low on my iPad so no Waterlogue for me. Your paintings are lovely!

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  43. So beautiful, Judith! What a lovely photo effect!....Christine

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  44. Your paintings (and I am purposely not putting quote marks around the word) are simply elegant and I am in awe. Judith, those orchid trees in my post are in Cape Coral. Cape Harbor is a marina/shopping complex in the city limits ... Easy to find!

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  45. I haven't done waterlogue for awhile, it is fun. I especially like the last bouquet you've shown.

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  46. Those turned out beautifully! Yes, I have the app and played with it some last year. It does a very nice job in creating "painterly" art out of our photos!

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