One of my favourite things about the new catalogue (6 sleeps to go) is the showcasing of MDS projects. I already love and use MDS but it’s a great way for non digital people to actually see what is on offer. For example, the Always & Forever wedding invitation template is fabulous. It costs only $6.50 and comes as a full template, plus also includes all the elements used to create it as digital stamps. So, you can actually create entirely new projects using just the flowers, or the text or the banners etc.
My samples below will be on show at the Melbourne Craft and Quilt Fair (starting tomorrow) and I’ve tried to show some of the versatility of MDS. You can see the differences in colouring techniques. In the top image, the flowers are coloured in Strawberry Slush which takes just one click of the mouse. In the bottom image, I’ve used the colouring tool to colour the flowers in Island Indigo and Daffodil Delight to create a vibrant set. I’ve also used the digi elements to create brand new coordinating stationery, such as an order of service, bonbonierre packaging, menu and table numbers. There’s no limit to what you can create… for $6.50!
I hope I’ve inspired you to give digital a try! Yes? Click here to download the 30-day MDS trial for free!