Tuesday, 6 May 2014

My Digital Studio (MDS) by Stampin’ Up!

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          Full Software Download                  30 day free trial                  newest downloads

        item no. #130646 £13.95               item no. #130910

If you are unsure if you would like My Digital Studio (MDS), download the free trial and have a play, you will be able to make your mind up without spending a penny (as in money, not in the bathroom!).  When I first downloaded MDS I soon became addicted. I love the fact that you can create anything that you want. I wanted it as a business tool, for making business cards, flyers and leaflets for promoting my classes and paper craft stall.

Before I knew it I was making toppers for cards and products on my stall. I was amazed at how good the quality of them images came out, they looked as if I had stamped them myself and I was able to change the size of each brush stamp to suit my needs.

Once you have bought the Full Software download you will find it is loaded with more than enough stamps, punches, embellishments etc. that you do not have to buy any extra downloads.  Here is a document of everything that is included in the Full Software download. (CLICK HERE to see full content).

Here are some examples of what I have made using MDS full software.  I plan to print them onto cardstock and once I have decorated them I will make then into card blanks, notepad toppers etc:

Artistic Etchings Brush Set                  Creative Elements Brush Set

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Little Additions Brush Set

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The items below were created by purchasing an additional digital download content called Swallowtail:

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Swallowtail item no.133011 £1.95

The Swallowtail Stamp is also available as a clear mount rubber stamp (#129216 £12.95) or wooden mount rubber stamp (#131943. £15.95) in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue (p.71)

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