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I've been doing some fiddling about, based on earlier answers. It's not perfect, though. On top of your stack, create a layer with a gradient. Preferably, draw it instead of using a gradient overlay. Make this layer about 10~20% opauqe and give it a lightening blending mode. Optionally, mask it so it's only visible on the print sample, not on the ...
You will probably have to do something similar to this tutorial here (mind you, it's in illustrator, not photoshop) that creates fish scales. Other than that, I think Scott is right; you need to do every sheet by hand.
Looks like either a white sack or fabric texture/brush placed on the shapes. You can find a good fabric or sack texture around on the internet and merge it in your project using blending modes. Also you can use some dissolved brush to erase some of the texture to give it that uneven edge look. It should look extremely (similar if the right texture is found) ...
Per the asker's request, here's a solution that can be done in Illustrator: First place the picture in Illustrator and lock that layer. Then, with the pen tool make paths that are similar in shape to what you are looking for. After you've made a few, you can star picking the colors you need. Unlock the layer with the picture, lock and hide the layer with ...
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