Wednesday, March 9, 2011

My Digital Studio!

I can't begin to tell you how much I love, love, love this program.  I love the ease of grabbing my laptop and creating memories with my pictures.  The fun thing about My Digital Studio (MDS) is that it isn't just digital scrapbooking!  You can use it for your blog, calendars, journals, sales flyers, labels, place cards, home decor and so much more....the possibilities are ENDLESS with MDS!  Here is another sample of what I have created using MDS.

A sweet lady named Melissa Hanson had created a page like this in a 12x12 format and I had to CASE her idea. (Copy And Share Everything).  I love the black and white with a splash of yellow.  If you want some fun ideas for the MDS go to and see what others are making and talking about!

If you want to learn more about MDS and how to use the program come join me March 14 at 7pm.  I will have my laptop hooked to the TV again for all to see what I am doing with MDS.  RSVP is needed by March 12.

I will end with one final page that I created of my sweet baby boy!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Stamp a Stack

This past Saturday I held a stamp a stack!  We did the not so typical, wedding, graduation, male birthday....the harder to think of cards.

Here is what we stamped!

This first card is a case from a fellow stamper.  It uses Chocolate chip, Certainly Celery, Marina Mist and Baja Breeze.  The Monkey is from Fox and Friends, the greeting is from teeny tiny wishes.

This card was inspired by many I saw uses Daffodil Delight and Cherry Cobbler.  The stamps used are Seeing Stars and Teeny Tiny Wishes.

This fun card uses the Build a Blossom set and punch.  I found it hard to punch the petals and not waste to be a better way.  This card, if anyone knows my stamping, is way out of my comfort zone.  I actually like the look of it and the way the flower came together.

Male Birthday Card
This was a hard card to put together.  I struggled with the colors.  I used Crumb Cake and Whisper White.  The cupcake was colored with Daffodil, Chocolate and Cherry Cobbler.

This card is very simple and elegant using the Medallion stamp and Teeny Tiny wishes.  Colors used were basic black and real red.

I hope you can join us at our next stamp a stack in April!!  Happy Stamping!


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