Before n After: Bouquet

I just love a bouquet freshly picked from the garden! Of course roses are nice too, but I'd take garden bouquet over a dozen red roses.  It just has more character for me.  And these are easier to dry! I wrapped them in simple craft paper and a piece of sheet music.  Then I tied it all together with a ribbon knot.



Give your image a soft patina:
  1. Layer the Breathe Cool Texture blended on soft light at 75% opacity
  2. Duplicate the texture layer and blend this new layer on darker color at 100% opacity

17 comments :

  1. I feel like your texture is much more subtle today, but it's really nice. Beautiful job as always.

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  2. What a great idea for a mother's day bouquet! Thank you, Kristy! :)

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  3. Really beautiful work...

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  4. This is so beautiful!

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  5. Beautiful picture! Tulips are my fave, can't wait for spring.

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  6. I just love the really natural bouquet. I agree with Ashely, the texture you chose suits the shot perfectly!

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  7. Beautiful! Love the texture :)

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  8. I agree, garden flowers are the best, my favorite lilacs are just coming into bloom. Great use of the texture on these beautifully displayed flowers.

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  9. beautiful job - I always leave your blog inspired!

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  10. Beautifully done, and so well presented! Love your blog ... first time here, and entering the Texture Thursday's challenge! Looking forward to next week!

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  11. always amazed by your work! love this!!

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