I’m excited to be starting a new blog series for you today; I’ve come up with my 8 favorite reasons to use My Digital Studio for scrapbooking and other crafts. Today I’m sharing reasons 1 & 2 for you. You’ll have to come back for more!
Great Reason to Use My Digital Studio #1: Using My Digital Studio Can Be Less Expensive
If you are a traditional scrapbooker, you know how quickly costs can add up. Think about all of the great papers and embellishments you just had to have. If you are like me, you’ve used a fraction of your “had to have” supplies! Perhaps you needed one flower trinket, but it came in a package of 10.
For $19.95 for My Digital Studio, loaded with lots of content, you’ll never have to feel like you’ve spent too much money again. Every single piece of content included in the software can be used over and over and over again! Included in the software: stamp brush sets, designer series papers & card stock in exclusive Stampin’ Up! colors, punch & die shapes, and many already designed templates so you can hit the ground running!
Great Reason to Use My Digital Studio #2: Using My Digital Studio Is Less Messy / Easier to Clean Up
“I’m just going to work on this simple scrapbook page for a while.” An hour later, and your work area looks like a scrapbook store exploded! I know you know what I’m talking about! When I want to do some crafting, I frequently have to spend a fair amount of time straightening up my craft area first. It can be frustrating!
My Digital Studio to the rescue! When I’m working on an MDS project, do you know what’s on my desk? My computer, a note pad, and a pen. I use the pad and pen to make notes (on some projects) but most everything I need is on my computer. And clean up is simple; I close the program when I’m done!
Save the date and plan to attend my FREE “Getting Started with MDS” class on Friday, November 7th. If you are local to me and plan to attend, email me to RSVP by November 4th. The sooner you RSVP the better, however. I’m closing registration at 8 attendees! If you aren’t local but are interested in learning about MDS, send me an email. I’ll plan to do an online version of the class (without the fabulous make & take projects) if enough of you are interested!