The Texture Touch


While I love the colors this season brings, I am a soul attracted to soft shades.  I played with props in my studio and textures in Photoshop to create a Shabby Chic Autumn. What do you think? Try it out for yourself below with a simple texture touch!



texture.ology: Soft & Simple
  1. Add subtle barn wood lines with the heirloom No. 8 texture.  Select the darken blending mode for this layer.
  2. Add a soft aged grunge with the cinnamon texture. Select the darken blending mode for this layer as well.

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13 comments :

  1. Hello there! Found you at the Make the Scene Monday Blog Hop ^^
    I liked your blog a lot so I'm following you now.
    Hope you get a chance to visit mine too sometime.
    Have a great day : ) xx
    N O I R E D A M E

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    1. Thanks Noire, I just left a note on your blog for you ;)

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    2. Saw it and replied to you ^^ Hope it is helpful xx

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  2. Love the little cubby hole. Perfect place for your lovely props. :)

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  3. I love Shabby Chic so... I love love love your Shabby Chic Autumn ♥ You couldn't have done it better!!!

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  4. I love your white buckets! Perfect to set off the orange tones. :)

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  5. Gorgeous shots! So glad I found your site via Simple As That...I'll be visiting often!

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    1. What a sweet thing to say, lovely to meet you!

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  6. a subject I crave to know more about, adding textures. Thanks for sharing at Your Sunday Best.

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