I like anything to do with photos and photo-editing, so this one was a fun, no-brainer for me.

Here was tonight’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun mission:

1) Go to the AnyMaking website (http://anymaking.com – it’s FREE to use) and…

2) Doctor some of your priceless photographs using one or more of their photo effects to turn your photo into a cartoon, into a puzzle, into a wanted poster, etc. Try it, it’s fun. You can spend hours doing this. Think about Christmas presents for your family or friends… [Note that if you want decent size photos – or real puzzles, portraits, etc., you’ll need to subscribe to their Premium service.]

3) Show off your creations on your own blog, or on Facebook, or some other online photo location. 

I took one of my favorite impromptu photos of my daughter and made this fabu pop-art creation, a la Warhol:

I think this is one for the living room wall! Thanks for the fun tonight, Randy.

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Elizabeth O'Neal

Elizabeth O’Neal is a genealogist, freelance writer, educator, and web developer. An avid genealogist for three decades, Elizabeth writes the blog "My Descendant’s Ancestors" (formerly "Little Bytes of Life"), where she shares family stories, technology and methodology tips, and hosts the monthly "Genealogy Blog Party." When not hunting for ancestors, she enjoys testing new software and social media platforms to find innovative ways to re-purpose them for genealogy.
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