When we were at the swamp last Sunday, there was that fog and I wanted to capture a beautiful picture of the sunrise with rays of the sun shining through the fog. Right before we were going to leave, I snapped this shot. Honestly, I didn’t think of it as of a keeper, but I decided to give it a chance. This post is about the transformation I made to this shot in post-processing. I fully edited it in ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) and I’m going to share all of my steps here.
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Делая "конфетку": трансформация кадра
Наряд для куклы своими руками
I love crafting for my kids. My mother says, I’m indulging them. She says that they don’t appreciate my work enough. I think it’s not valuing that is important, but what my kids feel when they get a handmade gift from me. And I know they feel my love.
Veronica had a desire to bring her Winx doll to the kindergarten, but the doll couldn’t go outside in that cold in her super-light fairy dress. I volunteered to help Veronica and provide her doll warm cosy leggings and a modern top to complete the outfit.
So today I’m going to share here a tutorial how to sew a modern outfit for a fashion doll from scraps (or old baby clothes) without any pattern.
Sharing a pattern of a granny square with a flower.
Делюсь схемой квадратного мотива крючком
See this page for abbreviations in this pattern.
Sharing a crocheted flower-shaped rattle pattern
Делюсь схемой вязаной крючком погремушки в форме цветка
As our little girl was growing older, she started grabbing things and it was the best time to make for her a mobile. I searched for ideas through Pinterest and Google, but absolutely nothing was found that could catch my eye. Then one day I noticed that Marge likes to observe a crocheted flower in her cardigan and the idea was born. It was decided to make a few crocheted rattles with flowers on top covering plastic egg containers.
Quite a few weeks ago we had our reason to visit a toy store and let older daughters choose something for themselves from there. We ended up with a toy guitar and 3 art sets. One of the items we bought was Djeco Scratch cards set. It turned out a really marvellous buy — the activity kept girls amused at least for 3 days. They followed instructions and scratched only suggested patterns at first. Then they started to think up their own patterns. But in the end they completely removed all of the upper layer just to see the patterns hidden inside.
Seeing my kids excitement about this set, I remembered an old good art class from my elementary school. What we did there was colouring a paper with watercolours, then covering it with candle wax and applying a layer of a black ink over it. Then we took something sharp (a nail, for instance) and scratched out our designs or illustrations.