I was scrolling through Instagram a few weeks back and noticed that Mom101 was testing out a new app. She had taken a picture of her daughter and turned it into a watercolour, and it was so beautiful I skipped to the app store and bought it immediately. Luckily, we had a gorgeous sunset that night, and I was able to create my first waterlogue watercolour from a photo of our backyard. I have not stopped playing with it since :)
The next day, I snapped a bunch of photos of a sunny walk in fish creek park,
one of our favourite picnic spots,
and my little Hunter pulling along his sled on the empty path. Ican't wait to print this one for his room.
I loved transforming some of our photos from our dream weekend at Lake Louise (post to come).
I haven't found it's worked great for me with faces, but it's lovely with silhouettes. This was our breakfast view at the Chateau Lake Louise.
It's wonderful with dramatic landscapes. And I love seeing our little boy among the big mountains.
I can't wait to use it in the spring and summer once gardens are in bloom. Until then, a simple Costco bouquet is made beautiful in Waterlogue.
Have you jumped on the Waterlogue train yet? I think it's absolutely worth the $2.99 pricetag, especially if the watercolours print nicely for display in your home. I'm hoping to get some prints this week and I promise to report back.