hmmm i dont think so it was layer mask...im not sure 100% but it was a filter maybe?
It doesn't look like any of the filters that come with Photoshop. You may have used a third party filter.
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I had a bit of trouble viewing the image, so I'll put it into the thread
So what Barbara is alluding to is to combine your layers into a single Smart Object or Group, and give it a layer mask. Then paint with black in the layer mask to reveal the layer behind it, which would be white. That's one way of achieving the sort of effect in your image.
Another metyhod might be to add a texture layer, and control how it looks with blend mode and opacity