My Digital Studio is here!

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I’ve done it!  I’ve dipped my toe into the world of digi scrapbooking with Stampin’ Up!’s new product, My Digital Studio (MDS) — available today!

Of course, MDS is for much more than scrapbooking — create assorted photo albums, calendars, and greeting cards. Once you’ve created your personalized gift or heirloom, have it printed in Stampin’ Up!’s high-quality print facility and delivered to your door.  (You can also print at home, but the printing service will bind your album, too!)

The software comes with over 2,000 elements unique to Stampin’ Up!:  stamps, embellishments, templates, kits, punches, Designer Series papers, card stock, borders, and more.  More will be available as downloadable add-ons to your MDS program or for other digital editing programs you use (such as PhotoShop).  Begin a project with the template option and have MDS automatically fill in with your own photos!  Or “pick and click” photos to be added where you want; the level of automation is up to you.

Not comfortable with totally digi creations?  Use MDS for design templates that you then translate into traditional pages.  Or create a hybrid scrapbook that blends traditional and digi elements.

Even as a beginner, I can say that creating with MDS is fast and very satisfying!  The page above is from a book I’m creating about our summer — it’s in 8″ x 8″ format.  Watch for more.

Worried about learning this?  That’s why I’m enrolled in the MDS Certification program will allow me to answer your questions and help you with your projects.  When you see the Certification button in my sidebar, you’ll know I’ve passed!

But meanwhile, watch this video from Stampin’ Up! that talks more about My Digital Studio:


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