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Monday Challenge - Azalea

Monday Challenge - Azalea

Here's my layout for today's challenge. Nothing real fancy, but I liked the subtle change. I used the paint daubs filter with a light rough brush type and I added one of Brandy Murry's painting textures.
ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates: Gallery Prints
Chenille 1 Paper
Warm Wishes Collection Mini
ScrapSimple Tools - Styles: Painting Textures 8501
ScrapSimple Tools - Styles: Basic Shadows 6501
Thanks for looking!

    Wow! This is another stunning layout. Love the treatment of your photo.

    I love love the swirly effect on the photos! It definitely makes me think of a painting! Awesome!

    Wow!  this caught my eye in the gallery. You have achieved a great effect on that photo.

    Simply gorgeous Theresa!  The black surround shows the colours of your "painting" so well

    This looks like a postcard! The photo treatment is very interesting, I like how subtle it is for such a beautiful and delicate flower... well done!

    OOOOHHhhh.....   This is absolutely gorgeous Theresa!   Your photo is beautiful and your treatment of it has turned it into a real work of Impressionist art!   I really like the paint texture and the soft edges to your painting and your framing and background is so pretty and shows it off even more.    I like how you included a copy of the original, too.  Thanks for joining the challenge and adding a gorgeous piece of Impressionist digital Art to the Monday Challenge Gallery.   Lovely work!     :)  

    Great job with this stunning flower...very nicely done.

    Beautiful layout Theresa!  I like the black on creme, really makes the painting pop.  Your use of the filters, brushes and texture are wonderful.  The paint daubs was certainly a great choice for this challenge.

    Wow, Theresa, this is beautiful! I love the brilliant color against the black. It's interesting to see the "before" photo for comparison. You've really turned it into a gorgeous Impressionist "painting"!

    This is beautiful! I love the swirly brush strokes. The  before photo was a good idea. Very nice look with the white background and black frame.