Go Digital for Christmas Cards

It may only be August, but if you're planning to go digital for Christmas cards, this is a good time to start.  Stampin' Up!'s 31% off 31 Digital Downloads for 31 days in August includes two fun holiday items.

Click Here to order And a Happy New Year Photocard TemplateFirst is a photocard template called And a Happy New Year.  It has spaces for one large photo and three small ones.  

What a simple way to make Christmas cards with family photos!  You can then send them off to Stampin' Up! to print, or do it yourself from home.

Don't want to use that many photos?  Just fill one or more of the photo spaces with Card Stock or Designer Series Paper.  Here's how:

  1. Double click on the photo space you want to fill, which will give you a screen to browse your computer.
  2. Go into Applications (Mac) or the equivalent on a PC, and open the MDS folder.
  3. Open the Components folder, then Backgrounds.  Choose either Card Stock or Designer Series Paper, and select the one you want.  
  4. Click "Open" at the bottom of the browse window, and the background you choose will fill the photo space.

The other Christmas item on sale is the Joyful Times Kit. Use this for creating cards, scrapbook pages, postcards, gift tags and more.  You'll have a fun time getting creative with these Stampin' Up! stamps, embellishments, and coordinating Designer Series Paper.

Click here to order the Joyful Times Kit from Stampin' Up!
View these and all the other digital sale items in my Online Stampin' Up! Store.

If you haven't started creating digitally yet, then order your 30 Day FREE trial of MDS2, the new version of My Digital Studio.  You'll receive the full program with all the design features, and a sample of digital content.  Add more content as you like from the new downloads released each week from Stampin' Up!

Only 10 more days for the 31% off sale.  Order today if you're planning to Go Digital for your Christmas cards.

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