Fast & Cute

First, thanks for voting in my poll about videos.  If you haven't done so, please do.

I am still working on creating cards for my brayer class.  Here is a sneak peak of the second one.  I have just one more to create.

Since I am working on a class and getting ready to go to my sister's for the weekend, I haven't had time to create thank you cards.  I needed a couple, so I decided to use My Digital Studio's designer cards to help me out.  Here is one of the designer cards that come with the software.

Cute, eh?  I opened up My Digital Studio, then selected the designer card I wanted to use.  Here is how it looked in MDS (My Digital Studio).  The only thing I altered was the knot that was on the ribbon.  I deleted it, because I knew I was going to add my own ribbon.

Hard to see the borders, because the card is white.  I saved this and opened up Adobe Photoshop and copied the card front four times, so I could get four cards from one sheet of cardstock.  That looks like this:

Once I printed it, I cut the card fronts apart and had four cards in a jiffy.  I love the way my SU ribbon fits perfectly over the ribbon on the designer card.  Stampin' Up! designed the embellishments to be the exact size of the ones you have at home, so you can create hybrid cards.  Love it!

I am catching up again today.  It feels that way lately.  Tanner was home from school yesterday with bronchitis.  We got Tate back to school yesterday.  YAY!  Today, both boys are well enough to go, so I am running errands and cleaning.  Have a good one!

Until the poll is closed I will continue with my Ustream classes.  Here is my next one:

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Jeanne said...

Your second card for the workshop looks just as fabulous as the first one. Wow!

And your thank you cards are terrific, too. How neat that the embellishments fit perfectly with the real thing.

I hope that now your boys are back on track for being healthy and staying that way!


{Lynn - that's me!} said...

This is an adorable card and perfect for your workshop. What a cute and quick way to create. Nicely done, Kim.

Barb said...

LOVE the digital card fronts! And I still haven't purchased a brayer yet, your work looks so nice, makes me want one real bad! LOL!