9/3/09

My Digital Studio


As many may know Stampin Up is launching My Digital Studio...digital scrapping- Stampin up! style

Here are the basics:
61 Stamp Sets (Some old favorites, some current ones and some new ones available no where else)
6 Designer Kits (Simply Scrappin' Kits)
12 Punches
12 Designer Paper Patterns (in all our colors)
Embellishments that include the Designer Kits Elements, buttons, brads, ribbon, hodgepodge PLUS Staples and Stitching.

And there is more..

You can change the color of the professional done layouts, alter your brads so they are oval, change the color of buttons, add text easily, have the program load your photos or add them yourself. When you select a photo and drop it onto a "template" the computer knows that it should be 3x3, 8x10 or whatever the template selected calls for.

Not into templates? you can create a page from scratch - like I did.

How about a My Digital Studio Special????

The first 10 to reserve their copy with me will receive a $10 embellishment pack to accessorize their digital creations. Email me that you would like to reserve a copy and I will send you a paypal invoice on September 29th and place your order October 1 customer direct from Stampin' UP!

So, Are your gonna try digital?????

2 comments:

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe said...

Jill, I absolutely love your blog! I don't get to comment as much as I'd like to but I just want you to know that your blog is one I read every day and you never cease to amaze me with your projects! You are one of my stampin' idols and I appreciate you sharing everything with us! I also love the picture of your dog that Jake took! That looks like a professional picture. Thank you for your incredible inspiration!!
Lorraine Castellon-Rowe
www.lorrainerowe.blogspot.com
ltrain26@comcast.net

Maureen said...

I'm definitely considering the digital studio. I just started working again and haven't had a chance to pick up a stamp in a month!!! I like to make calendars and x-mas cards every year and also photo books for gifts. Will there be a catalog or something similar so that we can see what's included? Was it easy to work with? I'm intrigued :) I don't think I could ever go completely digital, I love to play with paper too much!!! Let me know, Thanks. Can't wait to see more samples!! Maureen Merritt

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