Tuesday, October 18, 2011

How did I do that ..Dusty Attic mask using mist by Sarah

I love to use masks and mists on my layouts, but I don't always want them to be the center of the layout or to overwhelm the photos.
Here's how I use embellishments as a mask to create subtle details on my layouts.

1. I used the MDF chicken wire embellishment as a mask on my background just by simply lying the chicken wire embellishment
onto the page then using a mist to spritz over top of the chicken wire.
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2. I also did the same thing at the bottom of my page. I used a mist that was similar in color to the background paper in order to keep
the detail subtle so that it didn't take the focus away from my photos.
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Here's my final layout. The great thing about using an embellishment as a mask, is that you can still use the embellishment on another
project once your finished!
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LOVES :) -Sarah

5 comments:

Emily said...

Sarah, this layout is fantastic. I am a huge fan of masking... and I actually have some chicken wire that I love using myself! It's nice to use things that aren't generally scrap supplies to create our pages.

Pendra said...

Sarah this is an amazing layout... love the masking / misting and then to actually use it on the layout! I just love misting but haven't gotten up the courage to try it yet, thanks for sharing!
Crafty Hugs,
Pendra

Jodi said...

Absolutely gorgous!!!! I NEED some of that chicken wire!!!

Hannie C said...

That's such a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

Anuska said...

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