Creative Arts

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My Friends in My Head – Instastory Relationships

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Ever since the inception of Instastories, we’ve gotten the chance to see a lot of the people we follow more in depth. It’s one thing to see someone’s stream and peruse along when they post filtered up pictures. It’s another to see them almost in real time, in 10 second snippets, as they go about their daily routines. This has caused me to develop relationships – Friends in My Head, as coined by Wendy Williams – with people I don’t know in actual life. In no specific order, here are the Top 8 Friends in My Head from Instastories. Continue reading →

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Dreamcatcher Craft for Kids

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Yesterday in Sunday school the kiddos learned about how God gives them wisdom in every situation if they learn to lean on Him, ask, and trust. We did this in the context of Genesis 41:1-40 where Joseph interprets Pharoah’s dream. This, of course, caused me to take a completely different focus with it and center around how God speaks to us while we are yet sleeping.  Continue reading →

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My Pandora Playlist

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OK so who here grew up listening to the radio (like an actual electronic device called a radio)? What was the best part? The tape player, of course! We would sit by that radio for hours, blank tape in the deck, record button pressed, finger on the pause button, ready to capture our favorite anthems. When I tell you all day, I mean all day and night. It was worth it to save our jams. Finally the tune would come on and invariably the DJ would talk at the beginning or end of the song and mess it all up. Ah, good times. Continue reading →

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Photoshop Rocks My World

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I know Photoshop has gotten a bad rap, but I am not even slightly embarrassed to admit that Photoshop rocks my world.  Now let’s be clear, I am talking about Adobe Photoshop.  I am well aware that “Photoshop” has become a verb used to describe any kind of photo alterations with any random software or app.  I also realize when people think of Photoshop, their minds immediately go to atrocious examples of plumped up booties, cut out thigh gaps, and cartoon skin.   I myself used Photoshop as the fixer-upper when I first began taking portraits because I didn’t yet understand the ins and outs of my camera.  I might not have known the technical aspects of photography, but gosh darn it I knew how to make it all better in Photoshop. Continue reading →

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Freebie Friday: Virtual Corkboard and Pin

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Hi everyone!

For today’s Freebie Friday I made this super cute corkboard and pin (for personal use only).  Use them to design some virtual dream boards, or display your digital photos. Add your favorite elements and make it your desktop background or Facebook/Twitter cover photo.  The possibilities are endless!  Enjoy, and be sure to share this link with your friends! Continue reading →

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