The Texture Touch

I just had to share with you one more shabby chic autumn texture tutorial. I really adore the way this one came out.  It just feels so cheerful to me. Wishing you each a week full of good cheer!

 
texture.ology:
  1. Add vintage wallpaper look with the farmhouse paper No. 1. Select the multiply blending mode for this layer. 
  2. Add add soft aged look with the legacy Vol 2 d texture. Select the overlay blending mode with an opacity reduced to 50% for this top layer.
P.S. Join me in the Photoshop Basics Series at Somewhat Simple. This week I'm a teaching how to add text to photos with layer effects!

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23 comments :

  1. This is so pretty and delicate, liked it a lot ^^ xx

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    1. Thanks Noire, you always share the kindest comments

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  2. I am thrilled to be introduced to your blog today. It is full of wonderful information. This study on texture is stunning. It gives such a romantic feel to the pictures. Beautiful. genie

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    1. Thank You Genie, lovely to meet you

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  3. I love having white pumpkins around this time of year! Great photos ;)

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  4. so beautiful and original. great work :) I'm visiting from Sunday Best. happy week ahead :) xxo

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  5. Those are great shots! I love the color scheme and the texture.

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  6. Love the mini-canvas idea, so cute and full of color - you could do anything with it!

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    1. Thank you, so true! I love sharing projects to decorate our homes for the seasons that are easily changeable!

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  7. Beautiful work Kristy :)

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  8. I always love your processing!

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  9. Lovin the shabby chic look!!!
    Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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  10. Wow...I really love that!

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  11. Love the vintage look you gave to these images, Kristy. xo

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  12. The creamy monochromatic tones are lovely. Stopping by from Communal Global. Your photos and texturing are inspiring!

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    1. Thank you Sharon, I enjoy the monochromatic tones best.

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  13. So pretty. Love white pumpkins.

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  14. I'm loving this Kristy- I have had a bit of a texture addiction since joining your affiliate program. Thank you for that :) LOVE your props. I need some little white pumpkins. I'm on a mission to find them.

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    1. I know it's real problem. Just kidding! These little pumpkins are hard to find this year. I've hardly seen any white pumpkins. I usually have the best luck at the local farmers market.

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  15. Love these photos Kristy! :) Thank you so much for sharing! I can't wait to see you at the simple things two year anniversary party this weekend!! :) Rebecca

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I love reading your little notes, it makes me smile from ear to ear!