• Tayler Hoffmann

    How to use photoshop to layer your child's art over their photo! This is amazing.. #diy #kids #art

  • Christina Matson

    Photoshop. Layer a child's art over their photo. I no longer have small children, but I love this idea.

  • Janya Ballenger

    Photoshop. Layer your child's art over their photo! Very Cute idea. Keirra is really into rainbows these day!!

  • John Reith

    Photoshop. Layer your child's art over their photo! This is a really cool idea. I am thinking kids and sports; adding team colors and motion blurs w color splash effects

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