Healing the Past…

I have this friend who is magic. No…really. She is.

She takes pictures like this—


And turns them into this.

J 2 From this…                                                             to this…


j-5 From this….                                                          to this.

Pretty magic, wouldn’t you say? Here’s one she did for my birthday last year.

From this…

Dane's Baptism

to this!

Dane's Baptism restored

We were thrilled with the results. So, I’m excited to let you guys know about her work by having a fabulous  giveaway. JoEll will restore 1 old, damaged or weathered picture for one lucky winner. All you have to do is enter a comment below. We will announce the winner Tuesday July 7th at 10 am.

JoEll is also offering–to Gracious Rain readers a 20% discount—during the month of July—on her already incredible prices—just be sure to mention this giveaway. So dig through your old photos and see if there’s something you’d love to see brought back to it’s original beauty. You will be so glad you did.

Email JoEll Pratte at jpratte@att.net.

Need a heart-warming precious gift  to give to your spouse, parents, grandparents, or relative for Christmas, birthday, or anniversary?
Let me digitally restore your damaged photos and bring back to life that nostalgic image. I can digitally remove rips, tears, blemishes, soil, water damage, unwanted objects, and bring back missing pieces of backgrounds, clothing, hair, etc. I can enhance the image from sepia to black and white or bring the color back to the original (depending on the severity).
Email me your photo and what you want fixed and I will reply with a price quote. Minimum per photo is $20, more based on severity of damage and enhancements.
~JoEll Pratte
“Making Memories Good Ones!”

6 Replies to “Healing the Past…”

  1. OooOooh… nice!!! I’m sure I’ve got something that could use some JoEll love! Of course… I’d have to find it first! Hah! 🙂 That would be fun!

    Happy Birthday Tracy!

  2. Oh, I know–and the work she did for me was incredible. This picture was so messed up that I was joking when I asked if she could fix it. She made it better than the original–in a lot of ways.

  3. Hi there would love you to restore an old photo of my grandmother, she would have been 16 in this photo ,,, i live in Scotland however do I email you a scanned photo please let me know…. your work looks fantastic

  4. Dot–Those are photos that JoEll worked on for somebody else–so I have no idea who they are. They’re cool though.

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