I keep finding more interesting combinations of textures and blending modes to use with those Pink Pom Poms whose real name is . The tiny leaves did remind me of a Mimosa tree, so the name certainly fits. Or isn't there a drink called the Mimosoa? Maybe that is where the name came from and you feel all pink and fluffy after drinking it. Well, I thought it might be helpful to see the layers I combined as well as the final result.
The first image is 3 stacked images for a little more depth of field. I still like the edges blurry, so did not mask in the sharp layer there:
Nikon D700, 60mm macro lens
with Hoya closeup filters at f2.8 and 1/1500th, ISO 400
The next image is another one of mine, an accident that resulted in something circular out of focus in a green frame. It is from quite a while back and I don't remember what it was, but saved it in my texture file because I knew I would use it someday:
The next layer is a purchased texture from Florabella, the Allure square.
I added a Hue/Sat layer to make the edges darker green because
without that adjustment the edges were neon green:
And the final result, with the Florabella texture in Divide blending mode:
It's kind of like caffeine --- a little jolting, but cheerful.