I've been playing with PicMonkey, and I 'll warn you now it's addictive.
I found some pictures of my old scarecrow and used PicMonkey to make the pictures look aged.
I added just some slight color to the pictures to make them look old and faded.
After playing around with coloring and aging, I pulled up a picture of myself and used some of the tools in the Halloween effects section to make myself a vampire. I couldn't get it to fade as much as I would've liked, but it was fun just fooling around.
Here's a few of the original pictures so you can see what I started with. I purchased this fabric scarecrow about 7 years ago at a Cracker Barrel restaurant in their "country store" section.
The lighted pumpkin was $1.99 at a Walmart in 2004 or so. It still works well after 10 years, and I think it's just as cute as it can be.
Since the smiles on the pumpkin and scarecrow are such happy ones, I like to put them by the front door to put the little Trick or Treaters at ease.
If you haven't tried PicMonkey just click on the link below. It's free to use for their basic features. I did join for a small yearly fee recently but, to tell the truth, the features I use the most are all available for free anyway.
If you have some time (make that lots of time) on your hands, try it. Here's the link, but remember I warned you it is addictive.
Thanks for dropping by!
Note: Just sharing my opinion. No one at PicMonkey knows I exist and they sure didn't pay me for my opinion.
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