Multiple Masked Edges Challange— Enter to Win

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Multiple Masked Edges Challenge
by Nannette Dalton

Ready to learn some powerful new tricks for using layer masks? In The Mighty Mask you’ll create artistic effects that would be difficult or impossible without masks!

The Mini Class

Our classroom topic for March 2016 Premier is The Mighty MaskIn this mini class, Linda Sattgast demonstrates how to:

  • master the basics of layer masks
  • change the blend mode of a clipped mask without having to merge it
  • make your own unique masks using an action and the Displace Filter
  • use texture in a layer mask to create a grungy rubber stamp effect
  • and much, much more

Learn more about Premier.

The Challenge 

As part of the March 2016 mini class, members will receive video instructions on:

  • adding a clipping mask to a layer mask that makes it far more versatile
  • using multiple masked layers to create a stunning edge effect

With this information in hand, we are challenging you to join Linda and her Creative Team as they focus in on creating multiple masked edges. See the Challenge Guidelines below.

Access the Tutorials

Download the PDF’s and Video Tutorials here:

Here is an example from the class:

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Step One: Apply What You’ve Learned

  • After viewing the Clipping Mask Blending and Multiple Masked Edges videos, create a multiple masked edge look on a scrapbook page.
  • There is no limit to the number layouts you can enter into the challenge.

Step Two: Enter to Win

  • All entries must be received by Sunday, March 13, 2016, 10 PM Eastern.
  • Post a finished scrapbook page featuring your multiple masked edge layout to the Multiple Masked Edges Challenge Gallery. (See the inspiration pages below.)
  • Don’t forget to add credits for the photo(s), supplies, and font(s) used.
  • While you are there, leave some love and encouragement for other entries.

Step Three: Watch Your Inbox

We’ll be watching the challenge gallery for entries containing creative creation and application of multiple masked edges.

  • One entry from the Challenge Gallery will be chosen on Monday, March 14, 2016.
  • The winner will be notified shortly thereafter via email (the email used to log in to the Digital Scrapper Gallery) and will be announced in the Digital Scrapper News on Tuesday, March 22, 2016.
  • The winner will receive a $25 credit on account at Persnickty Prints.PersnicketyPrints

Note: All challenge gallery entries will be moved into their respective Member Galleries two weeks after the winner has been announced in the newsletter.

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3 Responses

  1. Sharron Lamb
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    How nice of Persnickety Prints to sponsor this challenge! They are my go-to print place, and do wonderful work. I really enjoyed this tutorial, and even though I’ve been using masks for years, and layer masks for years, I didn’t know the trick about making a layer mask out of a mask. Where have I been? I love it!

    • Nann Dalton
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      Sharron, I agree this class is full of wonderful mask ideas. Glad to hear that you are enjoying them. Like you, I too use Persnickety Prints for all of my printing.

    • Linda Sattgast
      | Reply

      Glad you enjoyed the tutorials! 😀

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