Throw a Thanksgiving Feast with Little Fuss

Recently, Stampin’ Up! released a super-stylish
Thanksgiving My Digital Studio download?the Unknown Blessings Ensemble.  Use it to go all
out for your Thanksgiving feast?but without all the work. Read more about it on
the blog!

your Thanksgiving planning is in the bag and you?re already on your way to the
next holiday (go, you!), start designing your Christmas photocards. Stampin’ Up! has
lots of trendy templates to choose from, and remember: when you order 10 or
more cards, you get even lower prices on Stampin’ Up! print services.

Get Started with MDS 2 Cards and Tags

BIG NEWS!  ALL 75 design features
are now available for MDS 2! That?s right, the list is complete. See a
complete list of enhancements and fixes here, and then go update your software to make sure you have the latest version with all the goods.

Just so you know 🙂  Content of the above post was provided primarily by Stampin’ Up!


See the latest My Digital Studio download releases HERE or click on the dates below!

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  1. I’m with you, Mary. I love making hybrid cards. I’ve found it so useful when I need more than two sheets of a DSP, or a stamp set that I don’t have (like kids stamps; I don’t have need for them very often). But, like you, it’s always a hybrid project with embellishments added. I love MDS!

  2. I’m still a card maker at heart. I adore my paper, stamps and ink! However, I like the possibilities of MDS . . . especially quick ideas to entertain (like above) and the ability to incorporate photos in my card making. You can be sure that if I use MDS, there will be a button or ribbon added somewhere!

  3. Cute Mary and oh, so AZ colors with the turquoise and salmon.

  4. Carol Carriveau

    Very cute Mary….I am not an MDS user but appreciate what others come up with. I appreciate that with MDS is you can create any combination of items to create with…continue having fun!

  5. The digital studio doesn’t interest me. I like to stamp the cards with my own two little hands. Computer generated cards are OK, but a card that shows the handi-work of the maker (not the computer) is the one that gets a WOW!

  6. How cute!!

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