Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Theme Thursday - Color


I haven't had much of a chance to take pictures and I didn't have my camera while on vacation so I'm posting the perfect "colorful" picture for today's theme.

And with a face like that, it just makes me smile & melts all my momentary troubles away.

I'm just crazy about Harry...

But don't stop here, go visit Stacy to see what other colorful pictures will put a smile on your face!

19 comments:

DanaB said...

Great idea!

Melody A. said...

Very cute! I'm waiting to see a picture of you with the Alamo. Any?

Alissa said...

How fun! Great work!

Head Gaggler said...

Awww, I love those. He is so very cute!

Stacy said...

That definitely fits in with the color theme! What a cutie, you are right...he has an adorable smile. :) Great idea, too.

Bonnie said...

How fun !!!

Maggie said...

I love, love, love when people do that kind of editing with their photos. My aunt has one hanging on her wall and it looks awesome!

He's adorable - I love his bright little smile!

Maya said...

This would look so cool on a wall in your home!

Megan said...

my kids love it when i do fun things with pictures like that -- i'm sure your son got a kick out of seeing his multi-colored face!

Brittany said...

Girl- that is awesome! What a cool idea! Which program did you use for that?

Christina said...

That is super cute - how fun!

chaoticfamily said...

That is so fun - love it - very creative and VERY cute!

Blueberry and the Bean said...

ahhh, a little warhol-esque! delightful!

Cari said...

That is VERY cute. And he is adorable!

Melissa D said...

I too immediately thought, "Warhol!" Nice job!

carrie said...

oooh, so andy warhol-esque! I love it! that would actually be a very cool series/print for a bedroom somewhere!

Stacy said...

Oh my gosh - I love this! How'd you do it?

Arizaphale said...

Oh everyone has already made the Warhol comparison. Good job though. What did you use?

Golightly said...

Thank you for all your comments, a couple people asked how I did it and I am embarrassed to say that I forgot! I created in the Summer actually, and I believe I used a combination of Microsoft Picture It! and PhotoShop. I know I started in Picture It!

DOH!