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How Did She Do That?: Rolled Felt Flowers 


 These
directions
are
for
Photoshop,
but
they
should
work
in
PSE
as
well.
 
Step
1:

Open
a
.PSD
file
for
one
of
the
flowers.

Pick
your
background
color
and
add
a
color
fill
layer
 on
top
of
the
flower
layer.

Duplicate
the
flower
layer,
place
it
above
the
color
fill
layer.
 


Change
the
blending
mode
to
linear
light.


By Chelle's Creations




 



How
Did
She
Do
That:

Rolled
Felt
Flowers

Copyright
2010
Rachelle
Ludwinski





















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Step
2:

You
will
notice
that
the
flower
is
lighter
than
the
background.


Because
we
are
going
for
a
darker
rose,
we
need
to
adjust
the
levels
of
the
linear
light
flower
layer.

In
this
case
slide
the
slider
arrow
to
the
right
until
the
flower
color
matches
the
color
fill
layer.

(If
you
were
trying
for
a
lighter
 flower,
you
would
adjust
it
to
the
left
until
it
matched.)
 



 Step
3:

Now
the
rose
is
dark
enough,
but
it’s
not
quite
saturated
enough.

Add
a
saturation
adjustment
layer
to
the
top
of
the
layer
stack
and
increase
the
saturation
just
a
bit
so
it
looks
like
 this
flower
was
made
with
dark
red
felt.



 
 




How
Did
She
Do
That:

Rolled
Felt
Flowers

Copyright
2010
Rachelle
Ludwinski





















 2
 Step
4:

Now
go
back
and
clip
the
layers
together.
So
the
red
color
fill
doesn’t
fill
the
background.

Note:

we
waited
until
this
step
to
clip
them
so
that
we
could
better
match
the
flower
to
the
color.



 Merge
visible
layers
and
you
are
finished.

Or
you
could
be.

But
if
you
wanted
to
add
a
pearl
cluster
 middle…
 Step
5:

Add
3
copies
of
the
light
pearls.

Line
them
up
carefully,
slightly
spinning
each
pearl
so
they
don’t
appear
to
be
identical.

Merge
those
three
layers,
THEN
colorize
the
pearls
anyway
you
wish.

I
 added
a
hue
saturation
layer
to
do
this.



 



How
Did
She
Do
That:

Rolled
Felt
Flowers

Copyright
2010
Rachelle
Ludwinski





















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