Friday, December 09, 2011

Holiday Time

It's that time of year again.  It's a time when I try to make a conscious effort to be more grateful for all my blessings, a time when I feel extra "giving" and a time to share with my family and friends.
For Photo Art Friday we are sharing photos we have made into art.  With that in mind I'm sharing my photo I will use for our Christmas card.  Some of you saw it with a different background and I decided to jazz it up for the holidays.
Below is a photo I took last year of my DIL and grands standing behind my front door.  They used it for their Christmas card.  I have doctored it a bit to look a little more artsy.
From our house to yours, I wish you the best of holidays!




Photo Art Friday

15 comments:

Kim Stevens said...

Love it, and love that you can do that with your front door!!

Marty's Fiber Musings said...

Beautifully done! And a joyous holiday season to you also.

Pat said...

Wonderful family shot!

Patrice said...

Makes a great card!

DebC said...

Both are great shots
and I love what editing you did to each.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.

suzanne carter said...

super cool, love your images
Suzanne

Merike said...

Mee too that is wonderful shot! The colors are so rich. Well done, Marilyn :)

Greetings, Merike

Rosie said...

Marilyn, that's a really gorgeous xmas card with your dog "jumping for joy"! And such a lovely family shot - love the stable doors... =)

kareninkenai said...

Great job, Marilyn. Thanks so much for posting. Merry Christmas. Karen (visiting today from PAF)

Birgitta said...

Very beautifully done!

Happy Holidays!

Leovi said...

I love that picture, all three are beautiful.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Love the greyhound creation! Fabulous and so heartwarming. :)

Carola Bartz said...

Your Christmas card looks fabulous, I love the ornament around the dog's neck!

Bonnie said...

What a fabulous way to pose your loved ones with that great door! Beautiful editing work. Thank you so much for all your sharing with Photo Art Friday, Marilyn.

Betty Jo said...

I adore your cards! I enjoy ink and watercolor, but I love digital art!! Less messy in my small space. Have a wonderful, wonderful Christmas!!