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Citrus Photography Art Prints

I’m so excited to share both my Citrus Photography Art Prints along with a fun monthly collaboration starting today with 10 creative blogs.  Each month on the 10th, the same 10 blogs will share a project around the same theme, and you can hop to their blogs to see and save their projects after viewing mine. Pin this collage below, and make sure you come back on the 10th each month! In May, the theme is CITRUS, below are the fabulous shares.

10 Citrus projects and recipes

To view and download prints from my share, the Citrus Photography Art Prints, scroll down below the hop.

citrus photography art

To see each contributors Citrus post up close,  join the Blog Hop! {In the event that the direct link to their posts don’t work when clicking on the title, click on the blogs main page link just before}. They are numbered according to the links below.

1. Capturing Joy shares Citrus Photography Art Prints for the home

2 .Eighteen25 sharing their Orange Party Punch recipe

3 .Landee See, Landee Do shares a  Crusted Lemon Cream Bars recipe

4. Little Miss Momma sharing diy Typography Mantel Art (Using Lemons)

5. Lolly Jane shares a diy Chevron Citrus Wreath tutorial

6.Or So She Says shares a recipe for Lemon Ricotta Gems

7. Simply Kierste has a recipe for Lemon Cupcakes

8. Six Sisters Stuff sharing a  Creamy Lemon Bars recipe

9. Thirty Handmade Days shares When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemon Cookies! Printable and recipe

10. Your Homebased Mom shares a Lemon Cream Cake Recipe


Citrus Photography Art Prints

I love photographing food lately, it has become a new art medium for  me. I’ve photographed people for so long, it actually is a challenge to stage food, just so. I love the way citrus colors blend together: limes, oranges, and lemons are so cheery and happy.  I shared my Fresh Squeezed Limeade post earlier in the week, and mentioned that I use limes several times a week with almost any Mexican meal. I also shared my Creamy Jalapeno Ranch Dip which has lime juice in it, and with my cheesy Queso, I liven up my chips with lime juice, too!

The citrus colors have always made me  happy, and I’d wanted to pull them together for some art prints for my home.

Citrus Photography Art Prints

{To download this vertical high resolution print without the ribbon on it, click here}

citrus photography art

{To Download this citrus photography art, without text, click here}

I’d love to see if you print them in your home! I suggest printing a 16×20 or larger if you are placing on your wall. If on a table top, an 8×10 or 5×7 will work. Sams Club or Costco 16×20 prints are very economical at around $5 each, just remember to un-check the box that says to color correct or it will likely turn out dark.  Do you like this stuff? More photography art prints in the future?

If you are trying to get better at photography, and want some tips, check out my beginner and intermediate photography books !

Make sure you don’t forget to stop by each month on the 10th, go ahead and grab a button and place it in your sidebar!

10 Creative Blogs 10th each month
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Have yourself a Merry little Christmas~Holiday print

I stumbled upon an etsy shop called 120 Designs the other day with the cutest little Christmas print.  I fell in LOVE with it, and had to order it right away.  For a few seconds I did think…I should try to do it myself, then I thought about the time I considered trying to find all of the letters in “nature” and just got overwhelmed.  It’s a process!  It’s hard work to find letters that look good artistically, and to create them in a different enough pattern to have it blend nicely.  It is very much eye candy for me to look at this print, the backgrounds are also so different with great texture. I love texture.  It makes me smile.  In my communication with the photographer/designer, I found she actually prints these bad boys at home.  Once it arrived, I was QUITE impressed with the color quality.

I asked her if she’d be willing to give a little discount to the lovelies that visit my blog, and she said YES!  If you want this SAME Christmas print and you order it this weekend, she will ship it out to you by Tuesday and you should have it by the end of the week to enjoy through this holiday season. If you want something more custom such as a first or last name, it takes a bit more design time, but if you order by December 9th, it is guaranteed by Christmas.  Exciting, yes?  VERY fun and unique Christmas gifts, too.  The best alphabet photographer I’ve seen.

With the coupon code:  MERRY11, receive 10% off of anything in the Element 120 shop. Here is the direct link to my Merry little Christmas print. Contact Jennifer at jenniferATelement120designsDOTcom with any questions.

P.S. The blur on the “M” and the “Y” in the first image is my error, not a blurry  print;) I was going for that artistic showcase look, but didn’t realize it blurred more than I hoped… and it’s midnight and I can’t retake. Ho ho ho!