Of course, I used My Digital Studio to make this card. I used the Freeform Tool to color the flower and love how it turned out.
The sentiment is a good one. If we all treated ourselves better, we would feel better, don't you think?
My Digital Studio Update:
I actually have a few bits of GOOD news concerning My Digital Studio this morning. Stampin’ Up! made the following announcements on it’s Demonstrator website this morning:
While Stampin’ Up! previously announced that the MDS product line would be unavailable after Sunday, May 31, 2015, it is excited to let you know that all of its MDS items will be included in the upcoming Retired List promotion from April 21-June 2, 2015. Digital downloads, software, and print products will all be discounted by 30 percent and are guaranteed to be available through the end of the promotion (MDS software discs are available while supplies last). Click here to see a list of products, including promotional prices for each item.
Stampin’ Up! has extended the availability date for MyDigitalStudio.net, the digital download manager, and its MDS YouTube, Facebook, and Pinterest pages through midnight, June 9, 2015. Demonstrators and customers may call Demonstrator Support for assistance with MDS until Demonstrator Support closes at 7:00 PM (MT) on Tuesday, June 9.
The Let’s Get Away Digital Project Life Card Collection by Stampin’ Up! from the occasions catalog was posted on the ProjectLife.com website yesterday and is currently available for 20 percent off. For the foreseeable future, all Digital Project Life card collections will be made available through the ProjectLife.com store. (There are both Project Life by Stampin’ Up! and Project Life digital downloads at that site.) I’ve never tried to download something from this site, but I plan on buying the Let’s Get Away download, so I’ll let you know what I find out. I did notice that the download only includes the card collection, no stamp brushes. However, there are other Project Life by Stampin’ Up! stamp brushes on that site, so it looks promising for an ongoing resource for digital downloads!
While Stampin’ Up! will not sell MDS after June 2, 2015 or offer support for MDS after June 9, 2015, it is working on a solution for you to continue to be able to use your digital downloads and order print products. Stay tuned for updates.
Stampin’ Up! hopes you enjoy the Retired List promotion—and that the extended deadlines will be helpful to both demonstrators and customers as it phases out the MDS product line.
So, that’s a little encouraging! I’ll keep you updated as I learn more information.