Watch Me Work + 5 customers to win scrapbooking paper pack set

Here is another watch me work segment. In this tutorial I will show you how to use the Frosted Memories Textured Memories actions to create background papers and scrapbooking papers. Plus I will pick 5 winners at random to WIN a set of 9 papers I made using this technique.  Scroll down to see a sample paper and what you can win. Just comment and on Thursday this week I will pick 5 people at random.

Here is what you can win – a set of 9 – 12×12 high res papers shown below. The storyboard is not included, just used for display purposes. 5 winners gives everyone a better chance to win.

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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    That’s excatly how I “thought” it was done, but now you made it real! I’m going to try to do something like that for my blog background now . . .

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    Jen says

    I have wanted to make my own papers. Thank you for the wonderful tut. I just need to actually use what you showed us!

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    What lovely, rich colors!!! Your tutorials are so helpful. I’d never thought of layering colors in one backgroung to create so many different looks–sometimes all I need is someone to show me how simple it is! Thanks for the great video.

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    Rene says

    Another great tutorial. I always learn so much from watching these! Love the endless possibilities! Thanks!

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    Adrianne says

    You are so creative! I would never have thought to use actions to create papers. How beautiful! Your tut was so creative and informative. TFS! :o)

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    johanna says

    that was fun! your tutorials are so great. they’re simple, to the point, fun and you make it look so easy. thanks again for sharing.

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