I’m back today to share my creation for the current challenge at Unstampabelles. here
April – Krazy for Kritters
TWIST Bokeh Backgrounds
The term comes from the Japanese word boke, which means “blur” or “haze”, or boke-aji, the “blur quality”. The Japanese term boke is also used in the sense of a mental haze or senility. That’s often me – I often have a very BOKE day!
The term bokashi is related, meaning intentional blurring or gradation.
So we want you to Bokashi your background so you get a Bokeh look to it.
Most people do it with light colours or white but that is not necessary as long
as the background is obscured or blurred.
If you Google Bokeh Background images you can get some amazing ideas!
There is a Random Number Prize, yes
I have used some Bokeh pattern paper to make a book mark. You can find the pattern here.
Do you read? I am in a book club and my current book mark is starting look a little tired. Perfect opportuity for an update.
and on the cover of a book
Here is a pic of the paper I used the piece in the bottom right of this pic – the bokeh effect isn’t clear in the pics above
Do you like his google eyes? I placed them unevenly on purpose.
Hope you can join us in the challenge. You still have loads of time to join in.
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The cutest googly eyed bookmark ever Vicki!
He’s the cutest bookmark!
haha, that is soooo cute Vivki, Hugs XoX