Here is my third video tutorial and it shows you some fun things including how to create a torn edge, how to use punched images in a way that you can’t use them in real life and how to do a little something cute with Santa…
As a stamper, My Digital Studio opens up your stamping world to a whole new level…and it is sooo much fun to play with!
You can view this tutorial below – for the clearest viewing click the play button and when you have done that, you will see a HD button on the bottom of the screen – click that – and to make it full screen simply click on the square button next to that – to get back to the original size press your ESC key.
You will always find a link to my newest tutorial on the sidebar on the right – and you will find my growing library of My Digital Studio Video Tutorials by going to the tab at the top of my blog marked ‘Tutorials’ where you will find a link to a page dedicated to them – you can also view them by clicking here
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AND JUST RELEASED LAST WEEK – SOME BRAND NEW DIGITAL DOWNLOADS TO GIVE YOU MORE OPTIONS FOR MY DIGITAL STUDIO JUST IN TIME FOR THOSE HALLOWEEN SCRAPBOOK PAGES – FIND OUT MORE BY CLICKING HERE
You can purchase your copy of My Digital Studio and/or download the new images by clicking HERE – click on ’shop now’ in the top right corner which will take you to the online store – you will see Digital Crafting on the left – click there and it will take you to My Digital Downloads where you can view and purchase these items – when you purchase the digital downloads they will be available for instant download to your computer…how cool is that?
One thought on “My Third My Digital Studio Tutorial is Here!”
I’m so glad i found your tutorial! i’ve been considering purchasing the design studio. Your tutorial made it seem quite simple. I do not have the time,or desire to learn photoshop, so I think this will be perfect for me! GREAT tutorial!