I've been wanting to make a video on How to Print an Image from My Digital Studio so that you can see how easy it is to print from home. I used the same Tweet Leaves image I colored in the last video, and took it from MDS 2 to a Word document and printed it from there.
My Digital Studio is a great enhancement for all your cardmaking and scrapbooking projects. You can create an entirely digital card, or as I've done with Tweet Leaves, create a hybrid project. I love the hybrids, because adding card stock and embellishments fits my style, as you can tell from the hybrid scrapbook page here. But if I were creating a large number of Christmas Cards, for example, I might choose to do them all-digital, and then have them professionally printed.
It's all about your personal preference. Stampin' Up! is making it so easy to create digitally with the new version of My Digital Studio (MDS 2). It's got over 75 great new features, including the ability to color a stamp with several colors.
If you haven't experienced MDS 2 yet, why not try the 30 Day FREE Trial? You'll love learning what you can do in this user-friendly, intuitive program. If you have the original version, and don't know whether to upgrade or not, give the FREE Trial a spin–you'll get some content with it that you wouldn't otherwise have, and then decide whether to do the $19.99 upgrade just before the trial runs out.
You'll find all the My Digital Studio software options plus Digital Content Discs and Downloads in my Online Stampin' Up! Store.
I'll keep posting projects and video tutorials to keep your interest piqued. Now use what you learned in the videos: Color a stamp in My Digital Studio, print the image from your home printer, and make a hybrid card!