#mixedmeaning is my first Instagram Challenge (and 800th upload!). Mix 2 pics of words, signs, letters or other text and symbols to create a new pic w/ new meaning. My (tame) example takes the Goodwill logo and "All Are Welcome" from the window of a Christian Science Reading Room to make Good Are Welcome. Open to all Instagram users. Have fun and interpret mixed meaning any way you like. Just be sure to take 2 pics of text to make a 3rd pic w/ the app of your choice (Diptic, Photoshake, etc). Enter as many times as you like w/ old or new photos. Tag pics w/ #mixedmeaning to enter. Submit pics through 6 pm (edt) on Tuesday, January 31st. I'll pick out the winners. But I'll also post my faves during the challenge too. Bragging rights, inclusion in a blog post and involvement in the Instacommunity are your reward. So remember the 1,2,3 rule – for every image you post, comment on 2, like 3.
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