Texture Tuesday



For Kim's challenge I have here demanded Do word and her beautiful Autumn Burst texture, I did choose to do both.
I post this also to lovely Lisa's Creative Exchange, please go and check her blog there is again huge amount so gorgeous pictures for this challenge. I'm sorry I'm working really heavily just now so I have very very little time to come visit your blogs, you know have to work really hard that I can have my holiday! I cherish all your comments, next week I have more time and hope to come back to you:)
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The Creative Exchange
Sweet Little photo swap

Sweet Little photo swap is new challenge for me, please go and check that also if it is new to you also.

Comments

  1. This is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing your detailed recipe. It was interesting seeing how much work went into your edit.

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  2. Wonderful edit, thanks for the recipe.

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  3. Henrietta, this textures works great with this image. I really like it. I am imagining a cute little squirrel somewhere close to this image. :)

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  4. What a wonderful edit, Henrietta! :)
    Love those acorns; a perfect autumnal shot!

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  5. WELL DONE! LOVE THE SIMPLICITY OF IT!

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  6. Love it I always love how you frame your creations.

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  7. haha, do it simple... but that´s not what you did in your editing;)
    i LOVE it, it looks gorgeous!! love the font, too!

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  8. Ihana kuva. Kyllä luonnon yksityiskohdat on kauniita! Ja käsittelyn jälkeen kuvasi on kuin taulu.

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  9. Voi mahotonta kun tullee noista terhoista mieleen meijän viimmesyksynen Nauvon reissu :)...Hymmyilee täällä itekseen ...

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  10. Nyt haluisin kuulla siitä reissusta:)

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  11. Simple is lovely, as is your texture work!

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  12. You've created a gorgeous piece here! It's lovely.

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  13. I could hardly wait to see what you came up with this week - simply wonderful!

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  14. Stunning editing. Thanks for the recipe!

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  15. A really nice shot. Perfect subject to put Kim's texture on.

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  16. Simple and beautiful. Perfect!

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  17. Simplisti tulee yleensä tosi hyvää ja kaunista. Näin taaskin täällä blogillasi.

    Sain joskus naapurin Ullalta ohjeen, jolla sai säilöttyä vaahteranlehtien värit pidemmäksi aikaa. Lasiin laitettiin 1/3 parafiinia ja 2/3 osaa vettä. Sen kun vaahteran oksa joi, niin värit jäivät lehtiin hiukan laimeampina mutta väreinä kuitenkin. Kokeilin samaa tammenoksiin ja jos värit olivatkin laimeita niin tammenterhot jäivät kivasti killottamaan oksiin kiinni. En tiedä oliko liemestä kyse, vai mistä, mutta kiva oli talvella katsella tammenterho-oksia =)

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  18. Birgitta-mulla on ollut noi terhot varmaan viikon keittiössä ja ne on irronnut kaikki noista ns. kupeistaan, ihan tylsää mutta en ole raaskinu vieläkään laittaa roskiin ne on niin kivan näköisiä:)

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  19. I always appreciate your recipe for your textured photos. Lovely. V

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  20. Nää sun otokset ovat aina vain yhtä ihania!

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  21. It's beautiful, Henrietta....truly simple.

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  22. Excellent texture and photo. I really love the reflected text - nice!

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  23. Hoen aika ajoin itselleni: Keep things simple! Kaikki on silloin jotenkin helpompaa. Loistavasti tuunattu kuva! Tykkään tuosta tekstuurista kovasti. Mihin nesteeseen sä olet upottanut noi terhot? Ruokaöljyyn? Muuten, edellisen postauksen pisaraketjukuvat olivat mielettömän kauniita!

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  24. Beautiful! But your untouched original is just as good as the edit. Love both of them! Don't work too hard!!

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  25. This is so lovely, thanks for the recipe. I agree with Gail, the original is gorgeous.§

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  26. Lovely work. I enjoy seeing how you arrange it all for your posts.

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  27. I have not seen an acorn photograph since last fall, Henrietta, and it is a beautiful one!

    Thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    lisa.

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  28. Very well done, I love the frame that gives it an old print feel, the texture worked beautifully too.

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  29. Would LOVE it if you would share your pics at my photo swap going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/09/sweet-little-photo-swap-12.html (Sunday party)

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  30. Intianminttu- niissä on ihan vettä kun mun piti huuhtasta niistä roskat pois ko keräsin ne maasta. Puun oksat oli liian korkeella etten ylettynyt kerään ja sit piti pusikosta kaivaa niitä esiin ja olivat täynnä kaikkee töhnää.

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  31. soooo well done...as usual! (:

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  32. Each time I visit I am not disappointed. Great work!

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  33. Beautiful shot! What a shame that you have to work so hard for your time off.

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  34. Joking: I was hoping to entice you back ;-)[It is now 5 -2] I can see you are busy , with so many commenters to reply to.

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  35. Acorns are a favourite motif of mine. Love the texture work and sentiment!

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  36. Such fun pictures!! Thanks SO much for linking up!! ;) Hope to see you again next Sunday!

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  37. I am SO excited that you are from Finland!! My mom is full Finnish and I am half!! My great grandma came to America from there when she was 18. And My grandma spoke Finnish!! I want to learn the language so badly someday. :) Glad to meet you!

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  38. Lovely image, beautiful autumn details, the texture works so well!

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