Now that MDS has launched in the European market, it has finally girded me into action. Technology has never been my forte - but Stampin' Up!'s "My Digital Studio" (MDS for short) is really intuitive and easy to use. If a technophobe like me can get to grips with it, then anyone can!
This is a picture of my grandson when he was around 6 or 7 - so long ago! Now he's hit his teens and his voice is breaking and even more scary - he's taller than me!
I chose to do an A4 page, you can then print it at home as most of us can print A4 but not A3. If you prefer a 12 x 12 photobook you will need to find a printer who can and will. This is currently in the pipeline and once Stampin' Up! sources and appoints an official printer, I will let you know who it is. Stampin' Up! are keen to appoint a printer who will print true to Stampin' Up! colours. For now, at least I've actually got photos on my page! I often create double page spreads as class content with mats for where the photos would go so I'm thrilled to be able to actually incorporate photos on the page by the click of a button or drag of the mouse!
Now that the online facility is functional, I was able to download some extras to make this page. Here's what I used -
The chevron DSP is part of the MDS software and is not an extra nor is the antique button, nor the staple at the bottom of the heading "#No1 DAD". "You Mean the World to me" is also part of the initial MDS software package.
Watch out for new downloadable content each week. You'll find them in the Newest Downloads section.