Monday, October 26, 2009

My Digital Studio Layout (#114)

My friend Catherine recently signed up to be a SU! demonstrator, and thank goodness, because the previous SU! demo I had sucked. She wasn't creative, and really didn't try very hard. I can say this because I was that demo. Catherine on the other hand is ridiculously creative. She always has a million uses for her stamps on top of all the amazing cards she makes. Anyhoo, she recently purchased the SU! My Digital Studio program, and she instantly fell in love. I didn't buy it, because I am not convined I want to be a digital scrapbooker. To be honest, I really do spend a lot of time in front of my computer, and this would just be another excuse to do so. So, Catherine offered to let me try it out instead. And, now I think I need to buy it. Great... it was my month in our group last month. Why didn't I buy it then????
The program is so very easy to use. I think that the designers took all of the confusing or problematic things from other design studios, and fixed them all for this program. I am honestly impressed, and I didn't think I would be.

So, this is what I whipped up earlier this evening. I had no idea what I was doing. There were no instructions for me to read, I just fiddled around, and came up with this! I am quite pleased with the final result. Now, I just have to get it printed, to see if it really is all it is cracked up to be.....

TFL!

5 comments:

Shannon said...

So, do you know if you can add other papers from other companies etc into the Stampin' Up one..... I am really looking for some a design studio that is user friendly I am useless with photoshop!

kaly said...

This is awesome! Especially with no instructions! Let me know the final result - after the printing and everything. That's always what I wonder about - the digital may be fun and easy, but is the printing any better or easier?

Lee-Anne said...

They look great! I have dabbled in digital a bit myself. I have Memory Mixer which also is quite easy to use. It is just nice to learn new things and broaden the horizons. I don't think I would ever replace traditional scrapbooking. How about you?

My Sweet Life said...

Yes I am very interested to see what the out come of the printing. I have been wanting to dabble myself. And if there is a ZSU girl in Okokotokes I have to have my stuff sent from Manitoba right now. Beautiful LO for not knowing how to use it.

Memmott Family said...

Good job. I used to be a Stampin up Demo as well. I loved it but my sister is one now, and is much more creative too.. I have a question. I have the MDs as well, and I was wondering how you created that distressed look around the outside edges of the one layout you did..
please help

Liz
lizstampin at yahoo dot com