The Texture Touch

I found the roses blooming on my morning walk. What have you discovered lately on your walks? When I put this texture lesson together I thought of a chalkboard. What do you think? P.S. The edge I used in the lesson is up for grabs here!

Intermediate Lesson:
  1. Layer the 1st texture - Legacy #3 over your image
  2. Select the overlay blending mode and reduce the opacity to 55%
  3. Drop the Fading Script texture on next
  4. Blend this layer on the hardlight blending mode to keep only the script and hue
  5. Last add the Paris Chic edge #3, drag to the edges of your image
  6. Apply the multiply blending mode to the edge for a burned in effect

chalk rose

Share yours in a photo challenge:
Wordless WedWordful WedWith Words / Top Shot / Wild and Wonderful / WWThis or That  / Texture Thurs / Rural Thursday / Shoot.Edit.Submit

16 comments :

  1. Very lovely Kristy. I love the softness...makes for a quiet "lets have tea" moment. =)
    Enjoy your day!

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  2. stunning texture
    i love it:)

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  3. It's so pretty Kristy- I love that dreamy feel.

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  4. So lovely! The words are a nice touch!

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  5. Oh, it's beautiful, Kristy! I quickly went back to my "Kristy's Life-n-Reflections Textures" to see if I have Fading Script. I do! I need to play around with some of the many "Kristy" textures that I have. ;-)

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    1. That's so sweet Evelyn! I can't see what you create!

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  6. Impressive! Thanks for the how-to! Your work is just lovely!

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  7. So lovely -- my yellow roses are beginning to bloom. I'm anxious to get some photos. :)

    Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursday this week, Kristy. xoxo

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  8. aoo pretty! Love the words int he texture!

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  9. That is a beautiful flower!

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  10. What a beautiful job you did with your script and textures. The images are so sweet with their pale coloration. Wonderful work. genie

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  11. forever gorgeousness over here

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    1. LOL, thanks! But, I'm still jealous of the nest you found in your yard.

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