Thursday, March 13, 2014

My new App-session!

I pretty much never pay for Apps for my iPhone, but when I spotted THIS post on Justina Blakeney's blog (loooove Justina's eye for design, her blog and Instagram feed are two personal favorites!) I knew my no-pay principle was about to go out the window! Introducing, Waterlogue, an app which transforms your photos into beautiful water color "paintings" with just a tap of your screen!!


Once you open the Waterlogue App you can select from any of the images you have saved to your telephone and then you actually get to watch the app "paint" starting with a sketch, "wetting brushes" and finally filling in colors. There are also about a dozen different types of painting styles to choose from.

Though I'm not going to pretend that this app makes me a master painter (just like Instagram hasn't turned me into a professional photographer!) it is a lot of fun to "paint" your photos and I can definitely see myself printing a few and figuring out a cool way to display them in my home. Plus, it's really cool to watch the app convert your images and interesting to see which photos work well as "paintings". The verdict: $2.99 very well spent! To purchase Waterlogue, click HERE.

For other SeektobeMerry app recommendations (free ones!), click HERE.


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  3. Hello! I know this is a pretty old post, but I stumbled upon this via Pinterest, and I was hoping to get some info from that your living room in the second picture from the top?? So cute! And if so, where did you get the TV stand and the insanely adorable baskets (?) with the hourglass weave design on the sides?? I'm dieing to get my hands on that set. I knew this was a long shot, but hopefully you can help me out with my hunt. I've looked everywhere! Ha-ha, thank you! Have a great week!

  4. Hi Pyper, thanks so much for reading and your kind note! That is my living room and the tv stand is actually a very affordable (and easy to assemble) Ikea piece, as are the baskets inside it. The Kallax ( comes in a variety of sizes and we love it so much that I have two of them!! We have these baskets and these and I feel I've gotten my money's worth and thensome!! Best of luck with your decorating and thanks again for stopping by SeektoBeMerry!!