Tuesday, 20 October 2009

My Digital Studio Card & Christmas Wish Lists

My Digital Studio Tree Trimmings I'm sure you've seen lots of samples using My Digital Studio (MDS) on all the wonderful blogs out there. I haven't had as much time as I'd like to play around with it but have done a couple projects. This particular project is a card I made for my downline group swap. Well this is how it started out anyway. I love how you can change the opacity of the images, which is what I did on the brocade. I 'stamped' it with more mustard and then lightened it to soften it a bit. I then printed it on my printer and added a few things:)
My Digital Studio Hybrid Tree Trimmings This is how the actual swap card ended up. Once I printed the base, I cut it to 4"x5-1/4". Because the stamps on MDS are true to size, they match any of the coordinating stamp sets. So I took the two ornaments from the Tree Trimmings set and stamped them onto Very Vanilla cardstock and cut them out. I attached them using dimensionals, inserted a couple brads and then mounted my card front to the card base. I love how it turned out and it still has the dimension that I love about traditional paper crafting!

MDS Hybrid Tree Trimmings Close Up Here's a closer look at the card. My next project is a calendar. That is going to be the family Christmas gift this year. I can make it once but print multiple copies! Love it!
Christmas Wish Lists
Wouldn't My Digital Studio make a fabulous Christmas gift?! Or perhaps you have lots of other Stampin' Up! products on your list. If so, I've got the answer for you. Simply email me and I will forward you a wish list, you can fill it out and email it back to me. I will take care of contacting your friends and family. This is a great way to get what you want and to save them a trip to the mall. I even offer FREE gift wrapping with a $50 order and 4 handmade cards, as well as the gift wrapping with a $100 order. Let's work together to get some of those items checked off your wish list!
Thanks for stopping by,
Sherry

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