Weekend Texture Twist

Congrats to last week's Texture Twist Winner - Tiffany author of June Makes Six! Take home your reward from the buttons page. This homestead is really called the Red Gables.  It sits among fields of corn and tall wise trees.  I grew up in home similar to this one.  We had wrap around porch and tire swing out back. BTW, I'm guest posting at Joyful Jones today!

Antique your image with texture:
  1. Apply the Articles Texture on the darker color blending mode at 55% opacity
  2. Duplicate the texture layer and blend on color burn at 35% opacity

 Do you have a Texture Twist to share?
  1. Share a photo you've added texture to, open till Tuesday
  2. Grab a Texture Twist button or the link and include it in your post
  3. Add your link with mr. linky below
  4. Check out the other twists and vote your favorite in comments

Find more weekend inspiration at the simple things, Sunday Snapshot, Scenic Sunday, Your Sunday BestHomestead Barn Hop, and Shadow Shot Sunday


  1. Great combination and layering, Kristy. :)

  2. Love the texture work, beautiful photograph too :)

  3. Beatiful home and great texture. V

  4. What a beautiful home.
    I would love to see what's inside!!
    Wonderful photograph.

  5. beautiful photo and lucky you growing up in a house like that! :)

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  7. I love the house and texture added. I keep forgetting to do these to my photos! Maybe this week!

  8. Thanks so much for participating in YSB this week, Kristy. Love this shot. :)

  9. Nice combination. I love the texture in the photo.


  10. Stunning shot!
    Amazing texture and combination!!

    love it. :)

    visiting via Your Sunday Best.

  11. The house and scene are beautiful.

  12. Beautiful house, is it yours:)

  13. Henrietta,
    It's a homestead I photographed on a historical barn tour with my Dad. It sure would be fun to fill out that space!

  14. I LOVE this. You've created a great story!

  15. Mysterious and evocative texture.

  16. I love how the tree is still filling out; it doesn't overpower the red roof.

    Thanks for pointing me in your direction! : )



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