Friday, 26 March 2010

HAPPY PINK SATURDAY - COLOUR SPLASH EFFECT

Well, how fast the weekend comes around. It’s Easter almost… the clocks go forward in the UK (Sunday) so Spring is officially here.


Being in holiday mood, it’s time for lollies and ice cream…

Photobucket-Findstuff22-flowerspurpleCSthumb Image from Photobucket


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Image from Photobucket

Isn’t that the most delicious lolly you ever saw? I’d eat it just for the colour. (Does anyone remember strawberry Mivvi lollies, with the ice cream in the middle?)

And here’s one I did:
sweetie

I’m totally in love with this Colour Splash effect, hope you are too… if you are, here is how to do it automatically in Photobucket.
COLOURSPLASH

Other graphics packages should achieve similar effects too.

I hope you have fun with this!

pink saturday


Don’t forget to visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound to see all the other Pink Saturday posts!

35 comments:

  1. Oh, very pretty! Thanks, Susie!

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  2. You are a clever lady Susie will have to have a go at the colour splash have never heard of it before

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  3. WOW! You know I love your blog and learn so much but I really feel overwhelmed sometimes! I do use you as a resource! THANK YOU for all you share!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  4. Sherry from Alabama27 March 2010 at 01:44

    That is so neat! I have just discovered the wonderful world of Photobucket and I'm really enjoying playing around there. Enjoyed your post! Happy Pink Saturday

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! Love it.
    Thank you for sharing Susie.
    Happy Pink Saturday!

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  6. mythoughtsmyvoice27 March 2010 at 08:59

    Hello Susie,

    The weather is warm and that popsicle is very tempting! LOL The little girl is adorable. How cute is that pink ribbon in her curly hair :-)

    I enjoy seeing the effect of color splash too and tried it myself but no pictures saved. Just playing :-) I use picnik.

    Happy P ink Saturday!

    MIzpah,
    Li

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  7. Anne Huskey-Lockard27 March 2010 at 12:16

    Susie, I have the MOST FUN reading your how tos....I may not be able to DO them, but they sure are fun to see the method behind the works! This one? I think I will see if I can find something in my mess-o-photo software and try it!
    Thanks!!!

    XXOO!!
    Anne

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  8. How lovely is that little girl, fab picture. I remember Mivvis and I think you can still get them in some places. I don't have photobucket, only photoshop.

    Great info you post on your site, thank you.

    Carol x

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  9. that is awesome! i love the colour splash on the popsicle pic. i haven't tried that effect yet. i'll give it a whirl. I use picnik too and powerpoint.

    happy pink saturday!

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  10. I am so happy you posted a tutorial on how to do this. I have been wanting to do this effect for ages, but had no idea how to do it. I love the little girl with the pink. It is precious. Hope you have a wonderful Pink Sat.

    Blessings,
    Tricia

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  11. What a neat effect! I haven't played in Photobucket for quite a while, I'm going there next to try it out! Thanks and Happy PS! Suzie

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  12. Susie,

    That was really cool. I love that photo! The pink dress justs pops. Thank you for telling us how to do it. I can't wait to try it out.

    Happy Pink Saturday

    Cathy

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  13. What you done with the photos is wonderful but your instructions for using colorsplash are most appreciated. It was generous of you to share. Many thanks...Mary

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  14. Oh my goodness I could soooooooo eat that lolly lol.
    Love that angelic little girl and thanks for sharing how it's done... brilliant.
    Have a wonderful weekend :D
    hugs
    Chris xx

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  15. Happy Pinks sweet Susie. I loved the color splash you did. You're giving me courage to try more and more things on my own..and I can't thank you enough for all you've done and all you've shared with us. You are a most generous and lovely lady..
    Happy Pinks and hope you have a gorgeous weekend.

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  16. Oh! That picture with the little girl is wonderful and the one with the umbrella is gorgeous!! I will have to try that myself. Have a wonderful pink weekend!

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  17. Hi, Susie,
    The lolly looks delicious, and who wouldn't love the color! I used to love fudgsicles and milk nickels. I haven't had one in ages so maybe I need to get to the store and buy some. Your little spring time girl is so cute! I hope you have a beautiful weekend with the promise of spring, sweet friend! Vicki

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  18. CollectIn Texas Gal27 March 2010 at 17:57

    Wow Susie...the photo color splash is amazing. Thanks for the tutorial...I want to give it a try. Happy Pink Saturday...Sue

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  19. My Crafty Little Page27 March 2010 at 19:04

    Hi Susie - What a great tutorial. I'm trying to learn Photoshop and I lOVE that effect. You're so dingdang clever!!!! xoxo Nancy

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  20. Love your pics! This does sound like fun. You find the best things to keep us entertained. HPS!!!

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  21. Mary Beth @ Live. Laugh. Make Something27 March 2010 at 21:09

    What a precious photo of the little girl! Thanks so very much for the tutorial. I will certainly try this! This is my first Pink Saturday and I am enjoying visiting around and seeing all of the pretties! Please drop in at my place and see my little Basket Full of Sunshine. until later....

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  22. those are great.
    i really want to give that a try sometime soon.

    i'll be back!!

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  23. Happy Pinks!

    In Shoes We Trust,
    Maggie Mae
    "Do these shoes match this purse?"

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  24. Love your pink photos. Thanks for the tutorial. Maybe I'll have time to try it this weekend.

    Happy Pink Saturday.

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  25. Love your pink lolly and it looks so good. But the photo of the little girl is my favorite.

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  26. This looks like lots of fun to play with! Thanks for always sharing such useful and helpful tools and tricks Susie. Happy Pink and have a wonderful weekend!

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  27. thekathrynwheel28 March 2010 at 09:52

    Great photos. And yes I do remember the strawberry lollies!

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  28. Monica@The White Bench28 March 2010 at 19:38

    Oh beautiful! These splashes of pink are superb!
    Love the cute girl especially, but the lolly and umbrella are fabulous too!
    Hmm.... I'm not sure about Sean the Sheep, I'm not a tv person I'm afraid... but I don't think we see it over here!
    Happy belated PS,
    Monica.

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  29. I love your blog and I finally had the courage to put one of your backgrounds on my blog. And it worked!! Computers are still a mystery to me most of the time, but I am learning and your blog helps a lot. So thank you again and keep up the good work. XO Helen

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  30. VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier2 April 2010 at 13:52

    I go to try it,my dear Susie!!!-)*

    I am totally obssesed with the making different effects by photos...

    Wish you beautiful Easter,my dear friend!

    Much Love,

    ***Violetta***

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  31. Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents3 April 2010 at 06:14

    Hi Susie!! How easily you explained this for me. I've been wondering how to do that!! Is Photobucket free?

    Hope you and your family have a wonderful and blessed Easter!

    Happy PS!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  32. Queen of Dreamsz4 April 2010 at 22:37

    Happy PiNk and Happy Easter, Susie

    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!

    Hugs,
    Stephanie ♥

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  33. Gosh, I have trouble keeping up with everybody! I missed this post, and LOVE it! Editing photos to look like these looks like LOTS of fun, and I will definitely have to try this sometime! ~tina

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  34. Hi Again! I tried the colorsplash technique, but had trouble of course! (Surprise!)... I got to where I had a black dot... and went around the image as you said, but still got a distorted black and white.. and I did not see an option for what color I'd like.. So I'll tinker around with it more later, and I just took the easy route with the "blueprint", for today's post! (the barber chair). BTW, Everybody's liking my new blog!! I even have a few more followers!! I'm very excited! (0;

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  35. Susie Jefferson12 April 2010 at 15:47

    Beansieleigh - I made a few mistakes at first. What you have to get your head around is that you are turning a colour pic to black&white, then erasing the b&w (with the black dot, which is actually an eraser) to expose the original colour. You aren't selecting a colour to paint on (which is where I went wrong). It takes a couple of tries to get used to, but it does work - promise!

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