WhenÂ one evil eye won’t do, you might just need thisÂ print from The Aestate:
evil eye ombre print, $19.14
Have you heard about the Waterlogue app? It turns any photograph into a watercolour-like image. I first learned about Waterlogue from one of my mom’s favourite blogs, The Enchanted Home. Before I spent the $2.99 on the app, I sent it to Corie and she downloaded it and tested it out for the both of us. Today she’s sharing some of the photos she took and Waterlogued this past weekend.
Here’s the Plaza hotel.
Here’s Giselle – the boys put a pink duckie in her crib – they’re so excited to have a baby sister in the house!
And here’s YOUR living room.
Are you sold? I am!
Photos & Waterlogue transformations by Corie.
*Corie stops by the blog every so often in her Pop Up! series. She hasn’t been on the blog for a while, but we forgive her because she’s been busy with her four sweet kids. The littlest arrived this summer! Corie, thanks for testing the Waterlogue app and sending these images my way! I always love seeing photos from NYC!
Like many other design bloggers, I’m keen on original art. My current collection is made up mostly of did-it-myself. I like painting on big canvases with acrylic paints, but I’m thinking I need to try some new things with paint. An experiment with watercolours might be fun. I doubt I can create anything as nice as the pieces below but it might be worth a try and I have no doubt that the experience would be fun.
Indigo Cactus, The Aestate; print, $61
Popcorn, Kendyll Hillegas; print, $20
Turkey Feathers, Amber Alexander; print, $20
Striped Stones, Naturalist at Heart; print, $19.10
set of four watercolours; Sarah Swanson,Â $40
I am Blown Away by your Love, Kelly Bermudez; print, $20
T-Rex, Geometric Ink; original, $30