As I was looking through some old photos , I came across one of my youngest daughter; it made me sad because she’s growing up so fast, but it made me laugh to remember how darn cute she was as a baby. She’s still cute as a button at nearly 10-years-old, but sometimes I miss those baby days. So I got to thinking . . . with My Digital Studio it would be SO EASY for me to go back and start doing those baby scrapbooks that I never got around to doing, and I put that on my to-do NOW list!
I created this page with my hostess Simple Snapshots Content CD. It comes with a 22-piece stamp brush set, 15 Designer Series Papers, and 32 embellishments—and you can get it for FREE when you host a party of at least $150! Did you know you could host a My Digital Studio party in your home? Just ask your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator how!

All the Designer Series Papers are SO adorable and using the different sizes of the Heart Punch on this page really shows them off. I also added the photo of my baby into the Heart Punch. Want to know how? Watch this video from Heather Summers. You have to take a few extra steps to get the photo in the right file on your computer, but it is so worth it!

I hope this inspires you to earn that wonderful Simple Snapshot Content CD by hosting a My Digital Studio party. And you’d better hurry, because it’s only available in the Occasions Mini Catalog until April 30! And I hope you’re also inspired to take advantage of how simple and easy My Digital Studio can make your “catch-up” scrapbooking. Now, back to my to-do NOW list . . .

Guest Blogger: Cindy Schuster, Community Member

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Comment by Marti Crapo on April 15, 2012 at 9:12am

Love to see the the content CD postings to see what's in the CD and how to use it. Great page

Comment by Monika Davis on March 28, 2012 at 2:47pm

Another really cute page - I love the stitching on all the hearts. 

Comment by Debbie Sheets on March 24, 2012 at 12:48pm

It's never too late.  I made my first scrapbook whem my twins graduated from HS.  Sure wish I would of had MDS then.  Lovel the paper, I have the CD coming and can't wait to get it.  Thanks for the inspiration.

Comment by Alana Jean-Louis on March 23, 2012 at 7:04pm

Cindy - LOVE this page! i had no idea how cute those papers were - and they accent your daughter's cuteness just perfectly!

Comment by Alana Jean-Louis on March 23, 2012 at 7:04pm

Amber - one idea is for people who haven't purchased the software yet - as everyone can now download the trial version for a free 30 day trial.  You ask them to install it at home the night before the class on their laptops, and then bring their laptops to the class.  I am told I can buy a chord to hook up my laptop screen view to a tv - which allows everyone to follow along with you.  Lead them through a simple project that you will have pre-printed for them... then take that printed mds page to another table to add hybrid elements.  Anyone that falls in love with the software  during the class can purchase the cd on a workshop order, and perhaps they will want some of those items for hybrid projects as well!! The pearls and rhinestones are a NATURAL add on to most projects!  fast and easy too!  hope that helps!

Comment by Carol Jones on March 23, 2012 at 9:34am

Always love your layouts, Cindy! You did it again!

Comment by Heather Summers on March 22, 2012 at 9:16pm

Great page Cindy!!!  Love this!

Comment by Amber Swift on March 22, 2012 at 12:46pm
As a demonstrator I'm not sure what you mean by a MDS party. I actually find it very hard to do MDS at parties since there is very little available that they can order. That is one of the main downfalls of this product in my estimation. Any chance that is going to be updated soon SU? I would love for this to be more party friendly (and as a gen Y person this would be great in my circles).
Comment by Julie Warnick on March 22, 2012 at 9:50am
So cute! And, if anyone is interested, there is a very easy easy to fill a punch with a photo without moving your photos. All you do is add your punch and fill it with any dsp-it doesn't matter which dsp because it won't stay there. Then double click on the punch. Another screen will pop up allowing you to move your punch around on the dsp, zoom in or out, and the option to replace image. Click on replace image, and you can browse through and find the photo you want! So easy! Then you can move your punch around on the photo to get it just right and zoom in or out. Give it a try!
Comment by Sally Saenz on March 22, 2012 at 9:32am

Great page, thanks for sharing it!

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