Stretching your Digi-Stash with Masks, Part 2

March 1, 2015

Over the past 3 weeks we’ve been exploring Photoshop Masks and how they can help us in digital scrapbooking.

This tutorial will provide an overview of general techniques. For specifics, such as how to apply a mask, please review our previous tutorials:

Masking with the Gradient Tool     PDF     You Tube

Stretching your Digi-Stash using Layer Masks     PDF     You Tube

Using Layer Masks in Photoshop     PDF     You Tube

Today let’s look at 4 different ways to Stretch your Digi-Stash using Photoshop Masking Techniques and/or Photo Clipping Masks.

Read the rest of this tutorial on theStudio’s Blog, and be sure to download the free that is posted THERE.

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4 Comments

  1. anon

    thank you so much for your tutorials
    I love that they are concise, have photos and are in PDF for future reference
    the freebies are nice too

    thanks so much

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    • Karen

      Thank you! 🙂 I appreciate your comment!

      Reply
  2. Stacey

    thanks so much for the beautiful mask sampler. you know I’m saving all the pdf’s finished my part 1 lessons 6 week, now onto part 2 for another 6 weeks at ScrapNPieces. I’m learning a lot and hopefully these will make it easier for me to understand all the tutorials.

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