Do you love the idea of traditional scrapbooking, but you just can’t seem to find the time? Stampin’ Up!’s divided page protectors may provide your solution. When you combine divided page protectors with customizable digital pocket cards, well, it’s a match made in heaven. And it gets even better when you can download the FREE digital No Regrets Pocket Cards.
Pocket cards are designed to slide in the pockets of divided page protectors and provide decoration and a place for titles and journaling.
The Happy Things Pocket Cards digital download is a great choice too. In this download you receive all the designer templates shown above plus a 30-piece SVG stamp brush set, 5 embellishments, and 3 digital punches. These cards can be printed and cut to journal on or you can add your journaling as text before you print – the choice is yours.
The On Holiday Photobook Template is new this week. You can view more information and pictures of this new template by clicking on the picture above. You can watch video tutorials on using a photobook template here and here. (These were recorded before the latest update, but the basic functions are still the same.)
Here’s a video from Holly at Stampin’ Up! that will introduce you to the latest version of MDS!
I’m a big family history buff! I love it and have been researching my family for more than 15 years now and teaching and lecturing on family history for more than a dozen years. So I was super excited when Stampin’ Up! introduced the 12×12 family history digital photobook template for MDS in January.
The template for this photo book has a picture square behind the ‘family history’ banner. I changed it to a block and added the family name. I really enjoy being able to start with a template and adjust it to my needs.
The picture of the couple above is of my grandparents, HD and Josie DeLoach. The best I can tell this picture was taken around the time they got married which was 1941. This is just the beginnings of my album and as you can tell I haven’t filled in all the data yet on the page below, but it gives you an idea of how easy it is to do.
For the other history buffs out there, I have to tell you of my latest discovery! (For the rest of you, skip down below for the latest digital downloads!)
Last month the Louisville Genealogical Society meeting included a presentation from a couple who had a journal of an ancestor’s civil war experience. It was a very small, fragile book with some wonderful excerpts about the history of the time.
Years ago I learned that the Brooks County Genealogical Society in Quitman, Georgia, had published “The Civil War Letters of Bryant Folsom.” Bryant Folsom was my 3rd great grandfather, an ancestor of my grandmother above, who died in the war. I was anxious to get a copy of the publication. Unfortunately, it was printed in 1997 and by the time I found out about it there were no copies available.
Occasionally I would search the web for a copy, but I never had any luck. After going to the civil war lecture last month, I decided to try my search again and I found one for sale on Amazon! I immediately purchased it and it was delivered just days later in perfect condition! Success! I am so happy to have this book for my family.
It’s Tuesday, so that means new digital downloads! The new digital downloads this week include some extra special projects for mom in preparation for Mother’s Day and a graduation digital stamp brush set.
This funky mother’s day gift coupon book includes fun coupons like “we’ll listen to music of your choice”, which is among my favorites! Also, I think mom will really love this if you exchange some of the coupons for pictures making it a brag book for her purse too.
STILL NEED THE MY DIGITAL STUDIO SOFTWARE?CLICK HERE. It’s only $19.95 and includes $500 in digital content too! This is a tremendous value. Also, I highly recommend ordering the disc version. You’ll have the added cost of shipping but this is a large file and you’ll be happier having the disc. You can try the software (without the digital content) for 30 days FREE, but at just $19.95, go for it and get started on your digital albums today!
Order your family history digital photobook template today and create your own family heirloom.
Creating a blog banner or header is easy to do in My Digital Studio. This is the banner my niece, Danielle designed for my daughter and my greenleavesandjam.com website. She used two fonts for this design, Bebas and Ballpark. By adding each letter as a separate text box you can overlap the letters to get this look. You can change the opacity of your text by clicking on the text box and changing the opacity on the slider in the design center.
Here’s another design we considered for the site which was also created in MDS. We ultimately went with the design above. Which design do you prefer?
Today I have another My Digital Studio (MDS) video tutorial for you. I’ll walk you through step-by-step how I created this printable. You can make a printable from any quote that you like. If you want to display a favorite scripture, a funny saying, a birthday greeting, message or an inspirational quote, just follow these step-by-step instructions and you can have a custom-made printable!
And even if you aren’t interested in creating a printable, but you are interested in scrapbooking or any other digital designing in MDS, you will learn things from the video tutorial that you can use for whatever you choose to design.
There are three new digital downloads available this week including a FREE download!
With the great new price just announced and a handful of free digital downloads too everyone can enjoy creating digitally. Make beautiful books, personalized cards and printables, flyers, website banners and just about anything with the wonderful My Digital Studio Software!