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Distressed Photo Masks

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Distressed Photo Masks includes 9 masks with wonderful distressing to give your images a vintage look, the easy way.

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Distressed Photo Masks Digital Scrapbooking Pack by Karen Schulz Designs

Distressed Photo Masks is a Digital Scrapbook Pack by Karen Schulz Designs. It includes a variety of elements to create vintage-themed scrapbook pages, digital art, and printable art projects.

This Digital Art Product Includes:

  • 9 distressed photo clipping masks as single layers,
  • 9 distressed photo clipping masks in layered versions.  For ultimate flexibility, masks are provided as single masks (PNG format), stacked masks (PNG format) and layered stacked masks (TIFF format). This will allow you to mix, match, rotate, and flip masks as you like.

Instructions: To use the masks, place your photo above the mask, and in the Layers Panel change the Blend Mode of your Photo to Screen.

This product was designed for digital scrapbook pages and photo books but all products are created at print quality for use in printable art projects.Other Uses For This Product:Digital Scrapbook pages, printable art projects, greeting cards, table tents, name tags, home decor, journals

  • Season: Suitable for all seasons
  • Theme: vintage, grungy

Sample layouts may include elements or use templates that are not included in this product

Information about this product:

This is a  digital art product. All files are created at 300 dpi for quality printing results.  Elements, if included are provided in PNG format.  Papers (if included) are provided in JPG format with at least one copy sized to 12X12 for use in creating digital scrapbooks.

This product is licensed for: Commercial Use {CU}, Personal Use {PU} and Scrap for Hire, Scrap 4 Others {S4H, S4O}

© Karen Schulz Designs – All Rights Reserved

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