The Texture Touch: Vintage Days

Vintage Days

texture.ology:
  1. layer the wanderlust No.4 texture on top of your photograph for a bath of golden light
  2. set the blending mode of the texture to soft light
  3. lower the opacity of the texture to 40%
  4. add cinnamon as the 2nd texture layer
  5. set the blending of this layer to soft light as well
  6. reduce the opacity of the 2nd texture to 80%


I just had to photograph the vintage crochet thread from my Great Grandmother. We share the same middle name and the love of all things feminine


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10 comments :

  1. So pretty! Your images are always charming!

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  2. So pretty! I love the music fabric especially.

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  3. Such a beautiful thing to take photos of. I love these. Absolutely beautiful as always!

    Thank you so much for joining us at Communal Global every week. We love when you come!

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    1. Thanks, it's always a part of my Tuesdays!

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  4. Everytime I come here...all I want to do is craft♥

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    1. Thanks Laurie, you should see my smile right now!

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  5. what special treasures! and how nice that you share the same middle name! i also share my mom, grandmother and great grandmother's middle name. I also gave that middle name to my oldest daughter. :)
    i love that you photographed the top of the spools. Its neat seeing the name of the company the came from.
    oh...and beautiful texture work!

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    1. That is a beautiful tradition Tish. If we have a little girl someday I hope to share it with her too!

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  6. Love the colors- they make me smile! Beautiful Kristy!

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