Friday, June 4, 2010

Printing Cards at Home with My Ditigal Studio

Hello Everyone!  Here it is Friday and the weekend is upon us.  In a few more weeks, on June 21st, summer will begin.  Where has half the year gone?  The kids are out of school and graduation parties are in full swing.  Time waits for no one! 

I have a new tutorial for you to create and print 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 landscape cards on your home printer.  I had to use my printer, an Epson Workforce 610 for my tutorial, so the settings will be for that printer.  You will have to adjust the margins in the Page Setup for your printer. 

Here are some cards I made using this tutorial.  The orchid card is created by following the tutorial. 

The orange Thank You card I made substituting a different image from Summertime Splendor. A download available for My Digital Studio.   
I have designed a couple more card from the tutorial by adding a few embellishments and extra stamp images.  Of course you could just print the card with the images and add your own stamped greetings and embellishments thus making it a "hybrid" card.  The choice is up to you. 

Here is a birthday card using the Upsy Daisy stamp image.  You could leave the card as is after printing or use your two way glue pen and add some Dazzling Diamonds to the daisies. 

The card below is for a wedding.  I used the Stamp image Presto Pattern overlay on a Regal Rose script background.  Add some drop shadows and voila, a nice card in no time. 


I hope that this tutorial helps those that are still having problems printing My Digital Studio cards at home. You can access the tutorial here.

Please let me know if I can be of any further help.  I welcome any and all suggestions to make these tutorials better for you. 
 
If you have a need or suggestions for any other tutorials, please let me know. 
 
Have a nice weekend and Happy Stamping,
 

4 comments:

NancyS (momsnack) said...

Thanks for the wonderful, detailed MDS tutorial!! I was totally frustrated trying to print MDS cards from home. Look forward to future tutorials from you!

Anonymous said...

What type of paper do you use to print the cards on?

Diane Schultz said...

I usually use Stampin Up Whisper White or Very Vanilla cardstock. My printer, which is an Epson Stylist Photo RX680, will accept Stampin Up cardstock. Hope this helps and thanks for looking.

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