I ordered My Digital Studio way back when it first came out; see, I was all excited about it after seeing what it could do at Convention and then they went and offered a special promotion for Convention attendees (got to love a deal!). After I got it home, I found I’ve been using it more for non-traditional purposes like creating my blog header, gift certificates, my watermark for my photos, printing out stamp images for sets I don’t have so I can use them in my paper projects, etc. Its actually pretty cool the fun things you can do with MDS.
Anyway, Stampin’ Up! did a design contest a little while back and I managed to miss the deadline by 15 minutes but still submitted anyway. Of course I didn’t win, but I still really like some of the more traditional items I created for it. And today I thought I’d share one of them.
I was playing with opacity of cardstock and drop shadows to try to get the effect of having Vellum in my digital project. I actually really like how this card turned out and think I may have to CASE it and make it into a physical card as well!
If you haven’t seen all the cool current and retired products that are now available in digital form, check out this catalog to see the many fun items you can play with in MDS or really any software that can accept an image file. View the My Digital Studio Catty.
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