My Digital Studio – MDS card

I must admit when I first heard that Stampin’ Up! was releasing My Digital Studio –  MDS here I was excited but nervous at the same time lol.  Anyway I decided the best way to learn to use a new product is to just jump in and play.  I had so much fun making this card and it was a lot easier than I thought it would be.  The hardest part was making the flower stamp multi coloured lol.  I ended up cropping out the different areas of the stamp and then changing the colour.  No doubt there is a far easier way to do it but I DID IT!!  so that is the main thing.
My Digital Studio card
Here is a close up photo of the front of the card so you can see the shadow effect I have  added to the flowers.  The only thing I have added to the card after printing are the rhinestones.
My Digital Studio card close up
I love decorating up the inside of the card so they tie in and this is what I came up with.
My Digital Studio card inside
and the  last photo is a close up of the flower in the corner.  I love how you can bring what ever image you like to the front and add what ever embellishments you want and still have the inside sitting nice and flat.  I have added the rhinestones on the inside of the card using MDS and I am really pleased with how it looks.
My Digital Studio inside close up
I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed making it.
I would love to hear what you think.

The exciting news is you can TRIAL MDS for 30 days OR if you love making cards you can purchase it at a very minimal cost.

All you need to do is CLICK HERE

Patrice

Comments: 3

  1. bev poultney April 9, 2013 at 8:58 pm Reply

    PAtrice – well done for a first attempt – you colour the image by by double clicking – you will get a an image colour screen with a brush, a palette etc – I am at work so don’t have the correct terminology – give me a call and I will walk you through it if you like
    Cheers
    Bev

  2. Paula Reid April 11, 2013 at 11:15 pm Reply

    Wow – this looks great. I wouldn’t have guessed it was done with MDS. The flowers really look 3D.

  3. Rhonda April 28, 2013 at 5:56 am Reply

    Great cards Patrice. I have yet to make an MDS card but have been playing around with the digital content

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