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My Digital Studio – Part 4 – what’s next

Filed under: Projects — March 3, 2012 @ 6:50 am

Now you have seen some of the things you can make with the free trial of My Digital Studio Express.  What’s the next step?  Here are some options:

1.  visit the website www.mydigitalstudio.net for even more ideas – there is a gallery, forums and videos

2.  peruse the MDS catalog at the above website under RESOURCES.  There are over 200 pages of downloads that you can purchase – some for as low as 95 cents.  These you will get to keep after your 30 day trial is up.  They can be used in any sort of software – not just MDS.  Please make purchases at my website www.kwstamps.stampinup.net if you do not have your own demonstrator,  so I will earn my commission on your purchase.  And my bet is that you will want to purchase MDS express ($39.95) as well, so you can use it forever!  There is also an MDS express booster pack that you can purchase that has tons more content ($500 worth for $39.95)  if you want the biggest bang for your buck.

3.  During the month of March there are 2 disks full of digital content that you can get FREE with a $50 purchase during our Sale-A-Bration promotion.  The first one is the One Big SAB Content CD.  This contains all the SAB exclusive content:  4 stamp sets, 12 dsp patterns and the ribbon and brad embellishments.  Here is a little mini album that I made about my Leadership trip in January – just using this content.  Tomorrow I will share about the 2nd disk – Piece of Cake.

This is a hybrid project – I made  8 – 5×5 pages with MDS and adhered them inside my cardstock album.  I used the Beautiful Butterfly die and Finial Press folder for the Big Shot on the cover.  The cover is 12×6 scored at 5 -7/8 and 6- 1/8″.  The inside piece is 10×10″ scored in half each direction and then cut in on one score line and folded up into quarters.  You can adhere any of the squares to the inside cover of the album, depending on how you want the pieces to unfold.    I love minialbums because they are less intimidating than making a big album and organizing tons of photos.  I’m still working on an album for our 30 – year anniversary trip last fall, but this one took me only 1 day!

 

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