Exiting news, Stampers! Beginning today, you can download a free 30-day trial of Stampin' Up!'s fabulous My Digital Studio Express software. If you've always wanted to try digital papercrafting or digital scrapbooking but were never quite ready to take the leap, now's the time! This is a smaller version of our regular My Digital Studio program. You download the software directly to your computer without having to wait for discs to be shipped to you. The program functionality is exactly the same as the disc version of the software with less digital content. (To see a list of what content is included in My Digital Studio Express, click here.)
What do you have to lose? It's FREE! (And for those of you who are wondering, YES, our downloads do work with other digital papercrafting software programs. Wondering about yours? Ask me, or check out the forums on the below-listed website).
Questions? Stampin' Up! has a FABULOUS, free resource: www.mydigitalstudio.net. There, you'll find lists of available downloads, video tutorials, discussions and hundreds and hundreds of samples created by MDS users. You do not have to own MDS to join this website. Jump in and take a look. I think you'll be amazed at what you can do with My Digital Studio.
CLICK HERE if you'd like to view a few MDS "beginner" tutorials.
How do you get it?
You can download the software and access the free trial by visiting my online store HERE.
What do you do once you try it and like it?
Once the 30-day free trial period is over, you can purchase the downloadable or disc version of the software to continue using it. You'll simply open up the trial version you already have on your computer, and will be prompted to enter the product registration key you received after purchasing the software. (You'll receive this key via e-mail if you purchase the downloadable version, and you'll find it along with your shipped software if you purchase the disc version.)
Now, here's a little business postcard I created in MDS a few weeks ago. What do you think? I need to have some of these printed up, don't I? Good thing SU! offers printing services, too ;-)