MDS Magic!

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I may have said this before, but I'm loving the digital studio!   There are so many things you can do with it, and right now you can have it and a ton of other products for only $87.50!  The digital studio is normally $79.95, and for less than $10 more, you get 3 stamp sets, ink, markers, card stock, embellishments and more!  This is the best deal on a demonstrator starter kit that I've ever seen. 

You can see more information here.  In the meantime….

I saw a neat new idea in the Occasions mini catalog, and, of course, I need instant gratification and couldn't wait until January.  Or even December.  (As a demonstrator, I can "pre-order" merchandise from catalogs!  Neat, huh?)  Anyway…I couldn't wait, so I did this background on the digital studio.

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Now, you're wondering how in the world did I get three medallions on one card?  I mean, that's a huge, whoppin' background stamp.  In My Digital Studio, you can shrink or expand the size of stamps to fit whatever projects you're creating.  I filled a full 8-1/2" x 11" sheet of Pretty in Pink card stock with them – so I have 4 card layers! 

For this project, I stamped a Medallion image (available as an additional download for $1.95), resized it, then recolored it to Rich Razzleberry.  Then I copied it, pasted it and downsized it a little more and recolored to Pretty in Pink.  I repeated the copy, paste, downsize, recolor pricess with Early Espresso.  I left the background white so I could print it on Pretty in Pink card stock.  The colors are a tad off, since I used my home printer and not Stampin' Up!'s professional printing service, (have I mentioned I need instant gratification?) but I think the colors work quite well.

The only thing left was to stamp the greeting in Rich Razzleberry, tie a ribbon around the top two layers and adhere to a card.  This is for a friend of mine.  She's been having a miserable month, so I wanted to send her a card.

Here are the supplies –
Stamp Set:  Sincere Salutations
Ink:  Rich Razzleberry
Paper:  Pretty in Pink, Early Espresso, Rich Razzleberry card stock
Other:  My Digital Studio, Rich Razzleberry grosgrain

You can order any downloads from my web site, and there's no shipping charge!  Just buy it and download it.  Easy and fun.

Thanks for stopping in!  I have another "clothing inspired" card for tomorrow, unless I get the project I've been working on all week finished.  It involves sewing, so it's taking a little longer since I have to actually use a needle and thread and not the fabric adhesive.  *sigh*  My poor fingers.

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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