Hi there! Can you tell, I'm kinda getting back in the swing of things! After all, it's only Tuesday and I've posted 3 times already this week!! Yippee!!!
Today, I'm back with a My Digital Studio tip. This one comes with a video tutorial from Stampin' Up! (below) One of the new features in MDS2 is the fact that you can rip paper for that great torn edge look. You can see that I used this technique on the page above - on the orange/vanilla houndstooth designer paper on the left side. I'm loving this feature, because if you don't like the way your "tore" the paper the first time, you can tear it again! It's awesome.
If you aren't using My Digital Studio, what are you waiting for?? This program has a multitude of projects you can create - from scrapbooks to cards to journals to party/home decor! AND - the best part - it's quite easy to use. With a great resource - http://mydigitalstudio.net - you've got hundreds of tutorials and THOUSANDS of member ideas to inspire you. Wanna give it a try? Download the trial version today!
Supplies for my page:
Button Latte\Chocolate Chip Button Latte - button2
French Foliage\French Foliage - leaf 2, Color = 248,170,62
French Foliage\French Foliage - leaf 2, Color = 119,60,20
Splatters\Ink Splatters\Ink Splatter 2, Color = 134,107,86
Splatters\Ink Splatters\Ink Splatter 3, Color = 77,38,12
Labels & Tags\Tag It - punches\Tag It - tag 1, Filled with: Designer Series Paper\_Designer Kits\Vintage Overlays - designer series paper\Vintage Overlays - texture 3
Designer Series Paper\_Designer Kits\Back to School - designer series paper\Back to School - 6
Card Stock\Early Espresso
Designer Series Paper\_Designer Kits\Back to School - designer series paper\Back to School - 5