Monday, March 12, 2012

Family Dive

The next three days are going to be dedicated to pictures from the archives. They are all edits that I've done on pictures of family members. I'll go in order of age, starting with the youngest.
Up today is Brad.
This first one I was learning how to make a coin. On both of these I used pictures that I had taken from his facebook page while he was in Iraq


Next up was learning how to do newspaper clipping.


23 comments:

  1. I don't know how you did this, but it's really cool!!!

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  2. VERY cool! I like the coin image. I think I would like to see Duke's image on a coin--can you do that??

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  3. these are amazing, loving both. is he out of the army now? fort stewart is my home town of Savannah. the coin is really way out and cool. and i love the new border on your blog and header. you been playinnnnnnnnnnng Lucy...

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  4. I love the coin picture Ann....did you only make it as a picture or did you make a real coin?? That would have been an excellent keepsake for your son!!

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  5. Ooh, I love the newspaper clipping one! You're so creative, Ann!

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  6. Very cool, Ann! Handsome boy :) Yay for him for having the courage to do what so many don't!

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  7. Love the coin. What fun idea.

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  8. These are both really well done! Neat ideas.

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  9. These are really cool Ann! My hubby really liked it too!

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  10. I like the last one the very best and I'll bet you do too.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  11. You will have to give us tutorials! sandie

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  12. Those are very cool. You did an amazing job.

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  13. That coin is pretty cool! A friend of mine's son just arrived in what he calls the "sandbox" last week. She's pretty nervous about it but his tent has wi-fi so he keeps in touch. He's in the Navy so had been on the USS Ronald Reagan based in San Diego so this is quite a change.

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  14. Is your son still in the Army? I know that it was hard on you when he was in Iraq... I'm glad he got home safely.. I admire our troops so much and thank God for what they have done for our freedom.

    We are home from our 2nd trip is a month--and both of us have colds.. Yuk! Guess it will be REST for this upcoming week for both of us.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  15. These are neat Ann! And your son is handsome!

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  16. Very impressive Ann. Well done!

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  17. Waiting on the class so I can sign up. ;) I'm glad he made it home safe and sound. Tell him I said thank you for serving.

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  18. Photo fun! The newspaper clipping is especially fun!

    That would be neat to try for my grandbabies birthdays. Read all about it!!

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  19. Well, I had missed that you had a son, so this was interesting.

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