The Texture Touch

Introducing the new Heirloom Texture Collection
- designed with metallic and acrylic paints, brushed glaze, blended chalk, decoupaged ephemera, and stamped hand dyed inks.

Intermediate Lesson:
  1. Drop and Drag heirloom #1 over your image
  2. Select the overlay blending mode and adjust the opacity to the amount of glow you like
  3. Add heirloom #4 on the top
  4. Select the screen blending mode
  5. Reduce the opacity to 50%
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20 comments :

  1. Wow amazing photos you have here thanks for sharing.

    Grape Hyacinth

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  2. Hello,
    I came across your website and found it very enjoyable. I just had a couple of questions so if you could e-mail me back that would be great!

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    1. Thanks Alexandra, I just sent you a message. You can also contact me through Google plus.

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  3. Such lovely images. I'm a newbie to photoshop elements and trying to figure this all out. I may have to come back and dabble a bit.

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  4. Looks just wonderful, great texture! :-)

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  5. really beautiful! Thanks for sharing your steps! And thanks for sharing at Tips & Pics!

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  6. Wow...awesome shots and textures...

    Hope you have a blessed day!

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  7. Lovely ethereal feeling...

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  8. I think i have to start saving to buy Photoshop, I use Picasa at the moment and you can't really do as much as in photoshop

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  9. Ewa, you can do lot in Adobe Elements too - check the Behind Lens pages for links

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  10. this is a real gorgeous set. I was drawn to the color and the promise of spring. It just looks like fresh air.

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    1. I like the sound of that "Fresh Air", thanks April!

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  11. one of these days I am going to learn how to do this. Love the photos!

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  12. I love the green and yellow tones... beautiful!!

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  13. Great set of textures! I really the feel it gave to your photo.

    Thanks for linking up with inspired tuesday.

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  14. I love this, Kristy! Such great use of texture! :)

    Thanks so much for joining us in the Leap Into Spring Photo Challenge (and for being one of our awesome prize sponsors). We're moving on to our new theme tomorrow, Easter/eggs. Can't wait to see what you come up with! Whatever it is, I know it'll be fabulous! Have a great day!

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  15. Ooh... this looks so fun! I'd love to get my hands on this! lol. Absolutely stunning!

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