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Pumpkins in Colour for Mosaic Monday

 

I am preparing this mosaic on Saturday night as I know Sunday is going to be too busy with preparations for our Thanksgiving Dinner.    I took my ceramic pumpkin photo and had lots of fun in Photoscape with all the different filters to make an unusual but fun mosaic.   It may resemble my upset stomach after the big dinner.   pumpkin mosiac

Hope you had a great weekend.    Join the party over at Mary’s for Mosaic Monday.   Valerie

Comments

ruthi said…
awesome. the pumpkin mosaic is awesome. i love how you put together the pumpkin in different texture, effects and colors.
Snap said…
Love this pumpkin mosaic. You had a good time! Happy Thanksgiving to you!
Wow, I would have never realized it was the same pumpkin...these are some awesome actions!!! Great mosaic!!!
Vee said…
Wow...that's a lot you can do with one ceramic pumpkin. Unique and way cool. I hope that your tummy fares very nicely after your Thanksgiving meal.
Such fun with one pumpkin Val. I like the spooky blueish view where a couple of eyes have appeared.
Happy Thanksgiving.
Judith
Dishesdone said…
Cool effects! I love your mosaic!
Gail said…
I like the blue one! Very cool~gail
podso said…
Clever and creative. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving day!
EG Wow said…
This is such a great idea for a mosaic, Valerie!
Hope you are not too stuffed from your Thanksgiving dinner. Fabulous mosaic, so many fun photos with one pumpkin. Take care. Jen
Happy Thanksgiving to you! I wish our Thanksgiving holiday happened when there were still leaves on the trees and pumpkins on the vine. Beautiful mosaic!
Bernie said…
What fun ... you created a terrific mosaic. I must have a go at that!
Pondside said…
Some of those pumpkins might give you a serious tummy ache!
Ingmarie We said…
How inventiv to make a beautiful mosaic photoshopping the photo of your colourful ceremic pumpkin. Sweet greetings!
Mary said…
Fun mosaic! Hope your Thanksgiving was happy :-)
GrandmaK said…
Oh I do love the colors, so very bright!!!! Well done and thank you for your visit! Cathy
eileeninmd said…
Happy Thanksgiving! I love your cool looking pumpkins, wonderful mosaic.
joco said…
Hiya Valerie,
Thanks for stopping by.
Hope your Thanksgiving dinner goes with the a swing: son's apple pie and all :-)
Jillsy said…
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Glenda/MidSouth said…
Great job! Happy Thanksgiving!
Very clever mosaic! I hope you and your family had a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Crafty Gardener said…
what a fun pumpkin mosaic, hope you had a lovely weekend
What fun! I love pretty pumpkins! ♥
Anja said…
Dear Valerie,

astonishing what one can do with only one foto! I read also your list below, it could also be my list, what a nice idea. But I also would first say no way! Very nice foto too with your friends.

Have a nice week!

Anja
Rajesh said…
Fantastic mosaic.
Betty Jo said…
Isn't playing with photos fun? I soooo love it and have to drag myself away from my computer or that's all I would do! ♥
lisa said…
Just love what you did with this. Wonderful work!
What fun you had making this mosaic, Valerie! I loved reading about you and seeing your photo with my Canadian friends, Judith and Jennifer! What fun you gals must have when you get together! I trust you had a wonderful Thanksgivng; I did! Enjoy the rest of your week.

Blessings,
Sandi
DoanLegacy said…
It's very unusual and fun indeed to see! Very creative!
Linsday said…
Great pumpkin mosaic - very creative!

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