Thanks again to everyone for participating and supporting our challenge, we are so happy with the involvement and astounded by the creativity each week. Last week, we did a CD cover and I think that’s been my favourite one so far. The album was Simply Red’s Simplified – here it is, along with my version of the cover:

Now, here are all the wonderful versions that we received throughout the week. I’ve included the link to their blogs – please visit them to see all of their creative works. If yours isn’t here, please let me know, there were a couple that I found that were tagged correctly but didn’t end up in the Reader!

First up, Julie Powell gives us a wonderful makeover with a beautiful dark and gritty cover. Take a visit to her blog to find out how she created this very cool effect:

Frog Hollow Wetlands

Next is Deb, from Deb’s World, with a fabulous splash of colour – go visit her to be surprised about where the splash is from! simplified_Deb

 

Now, it’s imaniking, with a very cute cover and she has even given us a lovely poem:
simplified_imanikel

 

Disperser Tracks has come to the party again, this time with an entertaining tale describing the process of creating the cover – and an alternative music choice as well:
simplified_disperser

 

Next is Terri from The Beespeak, with a lovely cover, very different to the others, a natural and sweet image with a pretty simplicity to match the theme:
simplified_beespeak

 

And here is Colleen’s from Silver Threading, with a gorgeous sunset image creating her cover:
simplified_Silverthreading

 

Next is Zimmerbitch, who shows us a simply beautiful piano closeup for her cover:
simplified_zimmerbitch

Thank you again. What a marvellous bunch of covers! Love them.


Now, for this week’s challenge, we are back at a book. It’s The House We Grew Up In, by Lisa Jewell. Here is an exceprt from the Goodreads description:

Told in gorgeous, insightful prose that delves deeply into the hearts and minds of its characters, The House We Grew Up In is the captivating story of one family’s desire to restore long-forgotten peace and to unearth the many secrets hidden within the nooks and crannies of home.

Here is the original cover:

The House We Grew Up In

I am intrigued by the cover, it implies fragility in this family drama and then after reading the description, I think I want to read this book!

Stay tuned! Lucile’s fabulous Cover Makeover of this book cover, is coming right up ๐Ÿ™‚

Ok, now down to business, here’s how it works:

Every Thursday we will give you the name of a book, music or movie, etc. and share with you our take on a new cover.

  • You will prepare you own cover by using your archive photos or shooting a new one to go with the theme.
  • Prepare your post and publish it. Remember to Ping Back (hyperlink) to this post. You may also copy your link to the comments section of this post.
  • Use the tag #PhotoRehabCoverMakeover, so that we can find your post in the WP reader.
  • Add your photo to the link provided below. In this way, you expose your photo to the other participants and the audience of the Photo Rehab Clinic.
  • If you wish, you can add to your post the badge we made for the challenge (below).
  • We will make a weekly wrap up of all the ingenious cover makeovers photos!

Click on the badge below to add your cover to the Linkup!

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Happy makeovering!
x Desley & Lucile

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Posted by:desleyjane

photographer, blogger, planner, scientist, dog lover, frequent flyer, daughter, sister, BFF, human

23 replies on “PhotoRehab Cover Makeover Wrap Up #5 and New Challenge #6

    1. Excellent. Lucile (www.luciledegodoy.com) and I just love this challenges and are so happy that people have responded so well. I love your covers, just left you a comment on the post. Thanks so much for joining. We have a tag for the challenge if you want to add it so everyone can find you in the Reader: photorehabcovermakeover

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