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Christmas Card Photo Tip

Don’t have time to sew those matching red velvet Christmas dresses you were planning because you are nursing a 2 week old around the clock and trying to keep the toddler from applying make up to the Cabbage Patch dolls?

No problem! Just use your photo editing program to turn your photo to black and white or sepia.

Wah-Lah! Everyone matches!

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  1. Very smart indeed. Sounds like a good plan. I have no excuse but laziness.

    By the way, I had the weirdest dream last night that I met you and MaddieLynn and your Pigling. You looked absolutely radiant and very, VERY slim. I was so jealous considering I’m 7 months post-partum carrying a bunch of baby weight (chocolate weight) and you’re just a couple weeks. How do you do it Connie?! Anyways, MaddieLynn’s hair was much lighter than it appeared in photos and she was extremely shy– not what I expected at all. I don’t know where the rest of your family was. You were telling me something about having internet access but the kids didn’t know about it and that you pretend to go into the bishop’s office when really you’re blogging. very strange.

  2. ~*~ Jennifer ~*~ says:

    You know — you are right. AND I think the clothes blend into the background and it appears to make the faces more prominent. NEAT IDEA!

    Thanks for sharing!!

  3. Myfriendconnie@SmockityFrocks says:

    Nikki, The real skinny is that you won’t be seeing my photo on the ole blawg for, oh, I don’t know, at least 50 pounds. That’s right! Count ‘em. FIFTY!

    ~*~jennifer~*~ (AKA Gabby Gwenheifererwyfer) Did you delete your blog?! I couldn’t get to it.

  4. You are so smart! It looks great!

    The picture of the comb inthe hair makes me want to cry…for the mommy who had to untangle it!

    Holly

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