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Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola: Razzmatazz

A Razzmatazz Peach Tree Herolding Spring!

A Razzmatazz Peach Tree Heralding Spring!

 

Razzmatazz Painted in Waterlogue App

Razzmatazz Painted in Waterlogue App

The weather has been soooooooo beautiful here in the south this week! My neighbor has this triumphant blooming peach tree in their yard. What color! Spring is everywhere! In the Waterlogue App I can make the photos look I have been sitting in my garden just painting away!

Razzmatazz has been included in the Crayola assortments since 1993. It is known as the Heart of Dixie, the color for Alabama in the “State Crayon Collection”.

This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge!

 

 

14 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola: Razzmatazz”

  1. Jade Sutton

    As soon as I read that you blog about travel, I had to come visit your blog. Your blog is beautiful! Your photos are so striking and vibrant. I haven’t heard of the 120 Days of Crayola Challenge before and I love it! The Waterlogue App you mentioned above does it make any photo look like a watercolor painting? Can you make a photo look like an oil painting or an acrylic painting as well?

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    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Oh Jade, don’t get me started on how much I like those APPS on my phone! Yes, they have several selections and looks to pick from, both in Waterlogue and Brushstroke. I put all my pictures into a Photo folder and then I can use the apps on pictures I took with my Iphone (for the IPHRIDAY PHOTO CHALLENGE) or the photos I took with my camera! I can’t even draw a proper stick man so these apps make my pictures look really special! Thanks for the comments and visiting my blog!

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    • CadyLuck Leedy

      I work backwards, I have over 37,000 pictures in my Photo Collection and add over 5000 photos a year now on my travels. So I look for the color in a photo and then tell a little something about the photo. I write much more in detail about my travels when I am actually traveling. The photo challenges give me blog material when I’m not. In another challenge that I am participating in is the IPhriday Phone Challenge (for Fridays), and for that challenge I do get out a take a fresh picture every week.

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    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Take picture on your phone or camera, then they should automatically go to photos. From the waterlogge or brushstroke app just click on the little camera on the app and then all your pictures show up! Just pick one and decide how you want it to look and then save! Then that picture is also saved to your photo album!

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