But look! When I opened the box, it was not empty. See those gifts wrapped in the pretty sheet music? Okay, by this time, my excitement was unbearable! After all, I knew I was getting the wonderful box, but I didn't know that there would be surprises inside the wonderful box!
Oh how I wish you could smell this wonderful lavender soap and lavender candle! They are heavenly! My husband will surely want to know what is going on when he walks in and our home smells like lavender and so do I! Did you notice that pretty lighthouse charm that is attached to my box? I am just the luckiest girl in Blogville. (I use the term "girl" very loosely!) Thank you so much Robin for such a lovely giveaway. I will enjoy the lavender scents for a very long time, and for anyone who visits my blog regularly, you know I will enjoy the Memory Box forever! What a perfect prize for someone who doesn't get rid of ANYTHING because of the memories that she attaches to her "stuff"! What wonderful memories I will have each time I look at this pretty box. Isn't Robin just the sweetest thing?
While in this window of PS, you can click on "object", where you will find a feature for drawing straight lines (even though the icon for it is a squiggly line). Just click on that line, select a color, and while holding the shift key, click where you want the line to begin and then click where you want the line to end.
On the "Combine" page of PS, you are given the option of combining photos horizontally, vertically, or in a checkerboard pattern. You may also edit these combined photos in the same manner described above.
There are a lot of filters to try out. In yesterday's post, I used a filter on the photo of my grandchildren with the sparklers.
I used the "Lens Flare" effect on this one.