October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!




This was such a fun card to make on My Digital Studio!  I was given a real card a few years ago where someone made this adorable punch art spider and I thought... why not recreate it using MDS?  So much fun!  Would you like to earn a $500 shopping spree on My Digital Studio Downloads?  If so, make sure to check out Stampin' Up's My Digital Studio Design Contest!  I've left details below for you!


Date: October 1-November 15, 2010
Stampin' Up!  invites YOU to participate in our first ever digital design contest using My Digital Studio and Stampin' Up!'s digital downloads! The My Digital Studio Design contest was created to recognize the amazing digital design skills of our talented, creative demonstrators and customers! The contest is open to all demonstrators and customers who have access to My Digital Studio in the US and Canada; five demonstrators and five customers will be selected to win.  To enter the contest you will need to design one digital card and two single-page layouts using ONLY My Digital Studio product.  Submit all samples along with an official entry form and photo release form (if applicable) to MDSContest@stampinup.com.
Winners will receive FREE My Digital Studio digital downloads from Stampin' Up valued at approximately $500! You'll also receive a digital pin for your DBWS (if you are a demonstrator) or for your personal blog (if you are a customer).
Our panel of judges can't wait to see your digital artistry on display, so submit your project today!
Ready, Set, Create!
  1. Read the complete official rules.
  2. Read the My Digital Studio Designing contest FAQ for demonstrators. If you would like to read the My Digital Studio Designing contest FAQ for customers, click here.
  3. Download an official entry form and photo release form (if applicable).
  4. Remember, customers and demonstrators will be judged separately.

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1 comment:

Sabriena Satchwell An Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator said...

Arn't you a smarty! I would have thought to create punch art with MDS!