Turn any photo into watercolor art

September 16, 2019

I love to share cool ways to create art at home. A lot of times I'll use photos in our home instead of buying art. It's more personal and a lot cheaper! I shared the Waterlogue app for your phone years ago and it's such a cool option. 

I wanted to print out a trip from our recent Italy trip, but wanted to soften it a bit instead of using the actual photo. The Waterlogue image was too washed out for what I wanted. I started searching ways to turn photos into watercolor art and this site came up. (This is not sponsored.) 

I had so much fun playing around with it! You upload your photo and then pick from at TON of options along the top to edit them the way you want. There are way too many to show you here, but these were a few of my favorites. 

I changed up the door image I shared in our trip post into this colorful sketch: 
Turn photos into color sketches

This one was another sketch option and is much darker: 
Site for turning photos into art

They even have a Lego option! Isn't that fun? That would be a cool idea for a kid space: 

Turn photo into Lego pieces

Ha! I love it. 

I wanted to use one of the landscape photos from our trip, and this was the watercolor edit: 
Turn your photos into watercolors

I wanted it to be a little more defined, so I went with the landscape edit instead: 
Fun site that adds filters to photos

How cool is that? Of course just regular photos always look great, but if you're looking for a little something extra, this is a fun site to try out! (I just right clicked and saved the image.)

I printed it out for our kitchen and absolutely LOVE it!:
How to change photo into watercolor

You can find that free pear print here.

I love to share these free sites and hope you can use it for some art in your home! :) Have you tried something like this?

Check out these free fall printables for more ideas!:
Free fall printables for seasonal decor

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  1. Thanks a lot for this awesome link!
    The watercolour edit always turns out in hues of red for me, irregardless of the colours of the original photo. But it's still a great effect!

  2. I have used my Adobe program to create artistic looks and it is fun to play with!

  3. Thank you for sharing! I've been playing with photos all day!

  4. Great effects! I use Photoshop because I have it and I've have been using it for over 10 years. But, if I didn't have Photoshop I would definitely try this. Actually, I might anyway.


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