Monday, April 4, 2011

Barn Charm

I love the way the texture  turned out.  It is my very own creation and I had fun experimenting! This Barn is just up the road from my home.  I am lucky to have so many wonderful charming barns in my area!
Here is the texture I used....its a close up of a tabby wall built in the 1700;s . A gift to you from me...have fun with it!
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click on the pic to see more barns!

18 comments:

gigi said...

We have a lot of old tabby ruins around here. Such a great idea. I wish I knew how to do that, one day :-)
Great photo of a great barn!

Rural Revival said...

Great barn and your own texture...very cool!!

~Andrea~

texwisgirl said...

you are SO creative! :)

MarieElizabeth said...

Really neat edit!

Rose said...

I LOVE that stone foundation!

Sall's Country Life said...

Love the texture! Don't know what tabby wall is,but love what it did to your barn! Very creative!

Kim, USA said...

Yes I like the texture too. And the barn photo is awesome!

Barn Charm

Georgia Girls said...

You keep surprising me! Just when I think you have shown me the most exquisite barn...another one shows up. I'm seriously going to have to make a trip to your neck of the woods.

don said...

A fine, old barn with this definite pattern and texture in the wood. I like the silo beside it too. It makes a fine post for Barn Charm.

Judy said...

Very nice. We too have many barns in our area to take pictures of. Thanks for the texture :)

Tracy said...

Good job with your texture design. You're getting good with this stuff.

Mari said...

What a great barn. I love the way it's built into the hillside. I really like the texture too.

Tricia said...

How cool is that... the texture really does fit the shot & the barn is beautiful... love that foundation, too! Nice work! =)

Becky and Gary said...

Wow, this is so cool. I first thought it was a painting. Love it!!
B.

Tanya said...

what a beautiful old barn...i like what you did with it!!

The Church Lady said...

Great job!! I love the texture you created and it looks so good against the barn! Love it!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a nice post Jan -- I am so surprised at the number of beautiful barns people are finding (I haven't even been to the meme -- just see them at several of my favorite bloggers!) You are very generous with your photos!!

We learned a little bit about tabby as a building material when we visited Georgia and South Carolian.

Nancy said...

Gorgeous barn and I like what you did with the texture. Cool! :)