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    Okay here I go this is how I make my own paper. I am sure there are other ways...but here is my method for Adobe photoshop elements it works for photoshop as well...Taffy posted an intro as well and that is a great tool...

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    Play around with the colors..This is also a good method to make backgrounds for websites...just lower the res..

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    choose any filter and play around with the scale and everything until you get what you like there is no method it is art..

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    Add somemore to your layout..I just did it really quick I didn't really do anything perfect. Play around with the sizes of your brushes just click one time don't hold the button down.

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    Here is the finished product I was just playing there was no real pattern...I want to see yours...

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    ohh.. look at you go!!

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    pretty cool! Thanks for showing how to do that.
    I made one with a tutorial where we started with a photo of a cat and made a background paper out of it. I can't remember how to do it, though.

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    Originally posted by Staysea:
    Here is the finished product I was just playing there was no real pattern...I want to see yours...
    I am new to digi-scrapping, and have been searching for a tutorial on how to make my own re-usable/sharable "paper." What you have written here is very helpful, but I'd like to know how to save it (what format to use, etc.). Thank you,
    Shar

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    If it is a background paper and you have used several layers to create your paper - save it first as a .psd (if you are using Photoshop Elements o Photoshop) and then flatten your layers - then do a save-as (not save you want to keep your photoshop file that was not flattened) and save it as a .jpg.
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    Thank you. Is there a tutorial somewhere that addresses making digital "kits?"

    Shar


 

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