Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Texture Tuesday: Who's Got the Button?

Remember the rainy day game button, button...who's got the button?  I do! I found these colorful bits of yesterday at The Green Awning in Stryker, Ohio.   I may use them in a project, but before I do I just had to photograph them.
On second thought...I may just keep the little pretties in a jar. 

You guessed it!  This photo has one of Kim Klassen's amazing textures.  This week it's all about Phoebe.  I used the Phoebe texture twice after cropping, softening just a tad, and adding a bit of cross processing.  Take a look at more textured sweetness, just follow the button below...
  

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15 comments:

  1. Those buttons are a great find and the photo is an excellent use of DOF. The processing enhances the old world feel - and, it's nice to see something other than flowers! (like mine :)

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  2. I LOVE this! Wonderful and creative and beautiful use of texture! :)

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  3. Hi Terrie and welcome to The Cottage on the Corner. Thanks for the kind comment!

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  4. Welcome Angie! Thanks for leaving a comment. I'll hop on over and visit you, too!

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  5. What a wonderful idea! I love the buttons! And your composition and your processing!

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  6. I just love those buttons . . .such an engaging composition and lovely use of the texture . . .Teresa x

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  7. I haven't seen buttons like that in...?????? I can't even remember! They are lovely.

    Kathy

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  8. these are wonderful vintage buttons; would make a lovely spine for a book. love the composition, image, and texture processing. thank you. kareninkenai

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  9. love the colors and the way you've used the texture! :)

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  10. This photograph is beautiful, and Phoebe makes a lovely texture.
    Karen

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  11. Such charming little buttons made lovelier by your processing!

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  12. Love it! Such whimsical buttons!

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  13. Thanks to each of you for stopping by the Cottage on the Corner and leaving an inspiring comment. Have a most wonderful evening!

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