These are some of my favorite bows from Bekki. I want those! I love this picture of mom and daughter. Such a sweet momentSunshine!! Happiness, Fun, Spunky! Look at those shoes! Cambria you are so cute.
Little girls don’t get much cuter than this girly. Charleigh’s eys and lips are so great. What a good girl too. She has long hair and our hairstylist for the day, Crystal, put it up in the coolest hairdo. I wish I was talented at hair like that! Super trendy and cute!
Mother of 6 ~ You have got-sta be kidding me! That is all I have to say about this model! Julie you are so sweet. Glad you were apart of the model shoot! I just realized I need to edit a full body shot of you girl. I’ll put that on my list.
Julie are you dying that this is your daughter! I really can’t imagine when my little 6 year old grows up to be a young women. Isabelle you are so beautiful and have the model face down! The first picture I love because of her beautiful look on her face and that bow just goes perfect with the backdrop don’t you think? Lovin’ it!
What can I say about this shot except I wish I had a pretty BFF shot with my friend that I could frame!! How cute is that! I love it. And they are all dolled up with their cute outfits and bows. One word comes to mind when I think about Brittany… SPUNKY. She has all sorts of colorful converse and she most often has a cute bow in her hair. Hope you like Britt!
Well this girl is the reason for all these fun pictures I’ve been posting. She is amazingly creative and talented. If you are interested in any of her hair pieces go to her facebook page at Mad Gabby Peculiar Blooms.
Isn’t this mom of 3 amazingly gorgeous! She has the best style, and of course the cutest kids – Gabby below being one of them. And of course the hair piece that Bekki made is amazing. If you want to check out Bekki’s stuff head over to her facebook page. Of course she is working on a website and once I finish with editing all the pictures we took she’ll have that up soon to showcase her Spring line.
When I saw this girl I knew she would take great pictures. She was so dang photogenic. We would say “give us your suprised face” and she did this! We would say give us your sad face… happy face… diva face… She has found her calling in life.
I had 10 models over on Saturday to take pictures of all the beautiful new Spring line of hair pieces that Mad Gabby-Peculiar blooms has made. I can’t wait to show you all the fun we had. And I’m sure all the models are anxiously awaiting to see the pictures too. When I saw this picture I instantly had to get it up on the blog. Isn’t she a doll? All of her pictures turned out stunning. What a photogenic little 4 year old.
This cute little guy was only 4 or 5 days old when he got his pictures. His Daddy had to leave to work in another state so we hurried and got some pictures taken of him. It was the easiest newborn shoot I’ve done because they are so sleepy at that age. What a sweetie.
Whenever he is hard, as babies (he still is my baby!) are, his Dad – with a wave of his hand says “turn 10!”
Every stage is my favorite. The baby stage is so sweet and the cuddling and dependancy is a beautiful thing, but yes, it is nice when they get a little older and start becoming more independent. I have to face it now. I no longer have a baby… I love you my little/big guy!
Won’t these be so cute for my little preschoolers class and to send to Grandmas?
I created an 8X12 project in Photoshop CS4. I always double the size I will actually print the picture as when I send it to Costco or any other “non-professional” printer. I’ve had bad luck with my resolution if I don’t. Maybe I don’t need to, but that seemed to fix my resolution problems. So I actually sent this to be printed as a 4X6 (doubled 8X12). Does that make sense? Each picture will print as a 2X2, but I created them as 4X4’s in photoshop. I hope that helps anyone that wants to make these for their kids. Oh and I just noticed I have typos. Great! hmmm… I’m not a perfectionist so I guess they will do 🙂
Then I will cut them, hot glue them in order onto ribbon and tie them up for each of his friends as seen here. Happy Valentine crafting!
Amazingly the only day my family could get together for a family picture in the week we were in Utah was only on Christmas. I was so bummed there wasn’t snow. Guess what came on the 26th? Oodles of snow! I liked how this turned out though. I sure love my family. It was a memorable Christmas this year with Grandma being with us and my Dad healthy.
Doesn’t this family need to be in a GAP add or something? I love all their accessories! My husband works with this new Dad. I have absolutely loved getting to know them. I only wish they lived closer. I was so glad to do their pictures again. And of course they brought the cutest clothes and hats which always give pictures a fun look. The top was their Christmas card photo which I loved!