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Kettle Can Do for Texture Tuesday

 

 

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The challenge for this weeks Texture Tuesday is using Kim’s newest texture “Autumn Burst” and providing a photo using the verb “do”.    My kettle is a can do appliance in the afternoon when I feel like a cup of tea or coffee.   I used two layers of Autumn Burst and one layer of Isabel LaFrance’s texture Extra Warm Sun.   Valerie

Comments

Hi Val
I think to appreciate the techniques you're using, I'd have to see the before photo first. This does look pretty cool though.
Judith
Karen said…
Lovely texture shots, Valerie. I also enjoyed your post on the hydrangeas. I have not cut any yet for indoor decorating and really should before it's too late. Thanks for the tip on putting them in only a little water, I will try it!
Valerie,
I am trying to keep up with her e-course and not doing a very good job. I love your picture. Very nice.

Carol
June Scott said…
Great interpretation, Valerie! My kettle is often on in the afternoon too, so I can get the coffee "can do" in my system!
erkarts said…
This is so nice! Love the texture!
Evelyn S. said…
Love the warmth of this image! I guess it's just special to see how textures affect such a wide variety of objects.
Becky said…
Very nice, I really like this!
Pat said…
This is a beautiful Can Do kettle!
Miriam said…
I love what you have done with the texture, a kettle never looked so good.
deb duty said…
Lovely image and wonderful texture work! The mug is really pretty and I love the shape of the kettle too. This is making me want a cup of hot tea!
leavesnbloom said…
That's a really nice kettle with that texture and I really like seeing the reflection aswell of the rest of your kitchen. Mine's always on in the late evening aswell.
Ruth said…
Yes, great image and idea! Mine is a microwave to make a hot chocolate :)
Pat said…
That sounds like a good idea. I think I'll make myself a cup of tea right now - but not before I tell you what a good job you did on this piece!
Barb said…
Your kettle is pretty and so is your cup - and the texture work is awesome - so subtle.

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