Wednesday, October 20, 2010

BOO !


spooky tree in the garden...BOO!


I have had this picture for a while but I got the idea to edit it a bit and use it for a Halloween post after seeing a similar tree on Erin's blog at: http://wherebeautymeetsfunction.blogspot.com/. With a downlight on it for Halloween night I think it will be a "fun" scare for the trick-or-treaters.

I want to also thank Laura at http://happyhomemakeruk.blogspot.com/  for encouraging people to explore and use Picnik. I use Picasa and Photoscape but this was my first attempt with Picnik; they have quite a few free Halloween effects to "spookify" your photos, plus other interesting effects and editing tools.

This post has been linked to "Show and Tell Friday" at http://thisromatichome.blogspot.com/.


16 comments:

  1. Dear Adrienne

    Love your fun, spooky photo :) Now I need to go check out Photoscape. Thank you for linking to me :)

    XO L

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  2. I'm back! I checked out Photoscape and downloaded it - for its ability to crop in a circle, interesting frames, and collage features. Thank you for the post :)

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  3. Thank you for the Photoscape tip! And that spooky tree is a definite keeper.

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  4. Love the spooky tree! I'll have to go check out picnik.

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  5. Lovely tree dear.I already have this software.In my blog my posts coming with frame r edited by using this software

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  6. I love Picnik... still haven't mastered all there is on this site...
    great font!

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  7. Love your spooky photo and thanks for the Picnik info. I've been working on my photos a little - they could only get better - now I'm ready to play!!!!

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  8. love your tree, will have a look at picnik, thanks for sharing. Catherine

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  9. Really cute! I'm glad it isn't terribly spooky looking, though. It actually reminds of the ones in Lord of the Rings.

    By the way, I just joined you as a follower.

    Thanks for linking to my party. I look forward to seeing what you link up each week.

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com

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  10. This is so cute! I just love those faces on the trees at any time of the year.

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  11. I see these cute faces on trees here and there - very cool and whimsical!
    Kathy

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  12. The tree is very cool. Thanks for stopping by Art Walk Friday at Musings on Art. Looking forward to your participation!

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