Images

Have you ever thought of  creating special images for craft, decor, and blog use? You can use them as images on your blog, to create greeting cards, book marks and posters...the possibilities are endless.

All you need is a camera, scenery or posed scenes, and a program that will let you re-size, crop, compress, correct, etc. Microsoft Office Picture Manager and many other programs do this.

If you have Publisher or a similar program, you can also add words or layer images or do any number of things. It's fun to experiment. Below are 8 images I created from photos taken on our trip to Hungary. Take a look and see what you think.

Here's a few suggested uses for these images:

1. Greeting cards
2. Bible study hand-outs
3. Small framed prints
4. Desktop Background
5. Program Covers
6. Images for blogs/websites
7. Journal covers (see instructions HERE)
8. Power Point presentations











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11 comments:

  1. Great work! I really like your photos and you've chosen great verses/quotes. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Fantastic photos and love all the wording ~ thank, namaste, ^_^

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  3. Very sweet, thank you for sharing and I am a new follower!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.com

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  4. I just thought of doing this the other day too : ) Thanks for the freebies

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  5. Fab idea! You may wish to post a link on my link up to this post as my blog is visited by lots of crafters.

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  6. Lovely photos and I enjoyed strolling and pausing to drink in each one!

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  7. These are great images and verse. Love it! Thanks for sharing this at Romance on a Dime!!

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  8. Beautiful pictures! Love the choice of verses.

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  9. Glad to have found you...
    Visiting from On Your Heart.

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  10. Love! What program do you use to create these?

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    1. I used Publisher, Kimberly. If you have Publisher on your computer and you're familiar with the tools, these are relatively easy to make. Glad you enjoyed them.

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