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IPhriday Photo Challenge: My Pastel Neighborhood

 

 

Living in a Pastel World

Living in a Pastel World

 

 Painted in Brushstroke App 1

Painted in Brushstroke App, Photo #1

 

 Painted in Brushstroke App 2

Painted in Brushstroke App, Photo #2

 

Painted in Brushstroke App, Photo# 3

Painted in Brushstroke App, Photo #3

I live in a pastel neighborhood.  All the cottages are painted like Easter Eggs, except for two colors, which are allowed. Yes, we have to get permission to change our cottage colors! Anyway, the exception to the pastels are Navy Blue and Periwinkle, a lightish purple color.

I love using some of the IPhone Apps to change the way my pictures look.  I use some of my photos to make greeting or note cards. This photo, taken in January, turned out especially well for the look I wanted for my notecards. There are oodles of design choices to pick from in the Brushstroke App! I use AVERY products, which offers a bazoodle load of designs and sizes, including posters, business cards and any type of notecard! Follow the easy instructions and feed the card stock of choice into the printer and Whalla, a notecard, postcard, whatever card you want! You can use their graphics and add text or download your own pictures from your files, adding text or not. Then fold, write and mail! Done!

Enjoy the IPhriday Photo Challenge! Post a photo taken with your Phone on Fridays! It has been a lot of fun!

3 Responses to “IPhriday Photo Challenge: My Pastel Neighborhood”

  1. graydaysandcoffee

    What a gorgeous neighborhood. Your photos inspire my inner artist!

    Reply

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