Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Texture Tuesday

Beauty seen is never lost. ~ John Greenleaf Whittier

Kim Klassen's January15createedges texture, french kiss script brush
Hi Everyone, I hope your week is going well! The sun is shining, my computer is working, my pantry is full and my husband is out working, so all is well here with me.

My friend, Betty John, once again, has referred me to this site: www.French Kiss Textures.
Her name is Leslie Nicole.
She offers free textures, brushes and very good tutorials on how to use same.

Kim Klassen's Warm Sun Texture & French Kiss brush
 Going out to plant my Bachelor Buttons. Have a wonderful week, my friends!




Barb said...

Beautiful composition and textures!

Simply Stated ~ Rebecca said...

So beautiful ~ Happy TT!

hootnonny said...

Love how you used the French Kiss free brushes!

The artist is Leslie Nicole, and she has wonderful textures and brushes and tutorials to show you how to use them!

deb duty said...

Love the dandelion photo. I'm inspired tonplay with some of my dandelion pics!

Geri Centonze said...

Beautiful photos and textures - love how you used the script

Kris said...

Hi there, thank you for your comment on my blog (and sorry it's taken me so long to respond). I have never heard of Catherine Cookson, but will for sure give one of her books a try. Thanks for the suggestion!

Cedar said...

Great use of textures and I love the brushes! Very old-fashioned feel; lovely!

Rosemary Aubut said...

Lovely Charlotte, your blog looks wonderful! Love the textures and brushes. Will have to check out her site! thanks for the info!

Barbara said...

So pretty! Hope you have a great week, too!

A Fanciful Life said...

Oh, I love the French script brush and the way you applied them!

Deb said...

Love the dandy, thanks for the french kiss link and for visiting my blog!

Gail Dixon said...

Great job with the texture! It looks just like a postcard!