Friday, July 31, 2009
I love I &hearts Faces Fix it Friday and I haven't been able to participate in a couple weeks. This weeks photo is beautiful! So Southern.....perfect for a girl from the South! I turned it a sepia tone with a little added noise, gave it a slight crop and added a great vintage frame. Thanks to Ms. Jones for letting us all play!
Thursday, July 09, 2009
Well I finally got to take the girls swimming for the first time this year! The big girls have been with friends, but this is the first time the twins have been this summer. I was totally surprised to see them jump right in! Usually it takes them a while to catch up where they left off last summer.....well not these girls. Of course Miss C was a little cautious and was just content to float in her little spot, but you should have seen Little Miss M!! About 10 minutes after we got there she was jumping "in the deep end" all by herself! She looked like a little fish with her goggles on! I really do need to take them back soon, it was just too fun to watch them go!
Monday, July 06, 2009
We were so blessed to have our annual fire works show at the church again this year! I love so much that we can be with our friends and family to celebrate the independence of our country. The children can run and play and we all enjoy the fellowship so much! The "guys" did such an awesome job once again! The fireworks were perfectly choreographed with the music....well they put on quite a show! I had a good time playing with my camera too....taking some really cool photos...it's kind of like painting with light. I love that the moon is in the shots. The girls are already talking about next year.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
I have recently finished reading the book about the now famous Duggar Family. As a SAHM who homeschools I'm always looking for tips on organization! I figured with 18 children Michelle Duggar had to have a little wisdom to share. It was really a blessing to read their story, how it all started and their journey up until this point, how the Lord has blessed them. I was amazed how organized the family is and along with her tips on organization I also loved her tips on frugal living. One of these tips I have adopted for our family is her recipe for home made laundry detergant. One of the things I have been griping about lately is how much laundry soap I go through and how much it costs...I cringe everytime I have to add it to my buggy at walmart! I figured if it worked for her family it had to work for mine, so I gave it a go. All I can say is that for just a little bit of work......I'm saving a whole lot of money and I have clean clothes! Works for me! So I thought I'd share the recipe with you!
Michelle Duggar says "This laundry detergent saves a huge amount of money. We buy it's three ingredients for less than five dollars, and the resulting concentrate lasts our large family two to three months! It's a watery gel that produces low suds inside the washer. The ingredients are usually available in the laundry products aisle of the supermarket (I buy mine at Publix) or order online.
1 Cup Washing Soda
1/2 Cup Borax
For Front loading machines use 1/4 Cup of the concentrate per load
Monday, June 22, 2009
This is what my camera looks like....I think.....I'm trying to be a good girl and I'm having it and my lenses cleaned. Debbie was so sweet to take it into Peachtree for me...but I just don't know what to do with myself! LOL!! You would think by the way I'm talking that it has been months, but it's really only been a week! I guess I could get out my point and shoot, but I'm so spoiled shooting in RAW that I just can't stand the thought!
Well....I guess this gives me some time to work on that new set of Photo Textures that I have been wanting to get started on! Keep your eye on the website www.pixelfairyprincessphotography.com for some new goodies!
Saturday, June 06, 2009
I am so excited to be teaching my first class at Pixel Fairy Princess!
Have you ever wondered how you could turn your photos into a work of art? I'm so excited to announce the newest Pixel Fairy Princess Online class! I am going to teach you how to choose a photograph, apply textures, overlays, and use brushes to create a piece of art worthy of a canvas, a frame, or even a custom card to send to family and friends.
You will need either Photoshop Elements or Photoshop installed on your computer to participate in this class. You can find free 30-day trials of both of these programs at www.adobe.com.
This two hour class will begin on Thursday June 11th at 9:00pm EST. The price of this class is $50.00. Tuition includes the two hour class and the materials we will be using to create our masterpieces. You will receive a PDF detailing the steps of the class, three PFP Textures, one PFP Overlay, and a brand new PFP Grunge Brush. You may also purchase an additional hour of one on one time with me for an additional $25.00.
This class will be taught live over the internet, you will be able to hear and talk to me over the speakers and microphone on your computer or your telephone. You will also see my computer screen as I work in Photoshop showing you each step to creating photo art.
Class size is limited to 15. If you would like more information email Launa at firstname.lastname@example.org or to register click on the "Buy Now" button at Pixel Fairy Princess