Wednesday, April 10

CoffeeShop "Frederick" Fine Art Texture/Overlay/Paper Set!




How is it already Wednesday???  





I have been doing some spring cleaning and I have barely touched the surface. I repotted all of my plants in the house yesterday (and replaced the almost-dead ones) and now I am organizing my kitchen. I have one drawer done so far... ;-) I also made a new batch of soap using rose-infused olive oil and pink clay, so pretty! My roses are looking great this spring because it hasn't been so hot and the deer haven't dropped by for a midnight snack.



I did have some time today to put together a new fine art texture set for you. These look gorgeous as textures on images (soft light, overlay, multiply, screen blending modes) and also make really nice digital design paper. I loved playing with the colors, later I will write a tutorial on how I created this set. I had so much fun doing it and had to make myself stop after I designed eight textures.

Images used in this post (flower, woman on beach, yellow flowers, landscape).


Download the CoffeeShop "Frederick" Fine Art Texture set.

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2 comments:

  1. I agree, this week is zipping by. Heck, whom I kidding...the last few YEARS have zipped by. Sounds like you are getting lots accomplished. I don't know how you do it all AND still have time to create goodies for us. Thanks for another awesome set of textures! Cool edits.

    Lisa

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  2. Thank you so much for the textures. I also started spring cleaning yesterday and potted some herbs I had bought the day before. However, I did not get as much done as you. I got somewhat overwhelmed by the work needed outside but...one day at a time.

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