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Three for Texture Tuesday

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This weeks challenge on Kim Klassen Cafe Texture Tuesday is three.   Right now the strawberries are ready to be picked. I bought a flat the other day to eat some and freeze some.  They are so sweet, juicy and delicious.   I used three for my texture today.   I used KK’s texture Raggedy Paper 1 and removed some of the texture from the berries.  
Have a great day.   Valerie

Kim Klassen Café

Comments

Karen said…
I always enjoy seeing the way you can change a photograph with textures. The strawberries look amazing!
Bonnie said…
You've really given it a vintage flavor!
deb duty said…
This looks great! Your texture work is lovely. The muted tones are nice.
Susan said…
Just beautiful!!
Linda Makiej said…
Wonderful texture work!!
Shelia said…
What a photo. Love how you've enhanced it.
Be a sweetie and thank you for the visit.

Shelia :)
Henrietta said…
I love strawberries. I haven't bought yet for freezing but I have made a strawberry cake and it was delicious.
Anneke said…
Love the effect of the texture on the strawberries!
EG Wow said…
Nice one, Valerie. Yes, the strawberries are luscious right now.
Kristy said…
Look at you, great texture Val!
KarenHarveyCox said…
A lovely photo and lovely texture. What a beautiful technique with Kim's textures.

Karen

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