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It's MDS Blog Hop day, and today's challenge was Easter!!! I'm still stuck on my 2009 album when Landon was born AFTER Easter, so rather than jumping ahead to another album (and risk getting side tracked on the way!) I thought I would share my Easter Subway Art displayed!
Subway Art is SO FUN to make in My Digital Studio — with all of the color selections and the ease of the software for formatting and editing, it's a breeze!
Back in this post I had talked about the year of Subway Art project, so this is one of those 13 inserts:
I've been enjoying it all bright and cheerful the last few weeks!
Now do the bunny hop on over to check out the other projects!
Time for the last round of Saint Patty's Day projects for this year! The last thing that I created was a Beer Tasting ensemble with My Digital Studio. The first thing I made were Beer Tasting Score Cards:
Here's what they looked like on my screen — this was mostly text, but the stars were all a stamp brush image. The banner on the top was the same one that I had created out of punches for the invitation:
Then to make the tasting flights, I made labels in My Digital Studio and put them on clear cups:
To get them spaced right, I made a circle punch 1 3/8" in diameter and put the text and shamrock stamp brush image in the circle punch — I left the circle punch there as I created a sheet of them, then went through and deleted them so that they didn't print. I was then able to print the sheet off on a full sticker sheet and punch out all of the labels with the 1 3/8" circle punch. Here's what the sheet looked like before punching them all out:
Here's my hubby enjoying his beer flight:
And the beers tasted : ) — Saranac's Irish Red Ale was the winner!
As promised, I have more St. Patty's Day projects to share that I made in My Digital Studio! I had hoped to post them sooner, but it ended up being quite the busy weekend entertaining and enjoying family time : )
First off, I have to brag about my family a little bit and share some of our photos from the weekend. Here is my hubby, brother and dad at the parade:
And my little leprechaun:
We had fun : ) — Now for the projects! So when we got back from the parade I did a Pot 'O Gold Scavenger Hunt for the kids. I made up all of the clues in My Digital Studio and hid them in various places:
Here's what one of them looked like on my screen when I was creating — the rainbow was made with the ROUND TAB PUNCH, believe it or not! It has the best arch to it. I stacked one on top of the other to create the rainbow, and then ended with a white punch to cover the last color. The grass is also a punch that comes with Everyday Designer Cards (the one with the cute little clotheslines):
One of the things in their pots was gold candy, and I made a little tag for it in My Digital Studio and strung it on with some Garden Green 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon:
Here are the happy boys at the end of the Scavenger Hunt, when they found their pots hidden in the shed!
Next I'll share all of the MDS work for the Beer Tasting : )
I'm so excited!!!! As I had shared with my Facebook Fans a couple of weeks ago, I've been working on a Subway Art project…. the final prints just came back from the printer and I'm SO EXCITED!!!! They came out so awesome, and I'm already displaying March's in our home!
What is Subway Art? It's font/text frameable pieces. You pick a theme or holiday, and create art out of the words that describe that holiday!
For this particular project, I made 1 insert for each month of the year, as well as a Birthday insert — there are a total of 13 inserts. I printed them through Stampin' Up!'s professional printer for the best possible quality, and they are now all ready to go! All I have to do at the start of the month is open up the back of the frame and plop in the insert for that month.
I love these inserts SO MUCH that I have decided to sell the complete set of 13 to all of you! That means the hours and hours of designing is DONE for you. AND — they will come printed and ready to go! All you have to do is change your frame each month.
Here's a look:
Here's a complete listing of all of the inserts that you will receive:
- New Years
- St. Patrick's Day
A couple were kept pretty generic so they could be used multiple times — for example, "Americana" can be used for Memorial Day, Fourth of July or any time. "Learning" was meant to represent back to school, but uses general words for anyone – even if you don't have kids.
The frame is NOT included — you can pick your own frame to fit your style! The inserts are all 8 1/2" x 11" — you can put them in an 8 1/2" x 11" frame. Or, the inserts have been formatted with a wide enough border that you can trim them down to put into a 8" x 10" frame — a very standard and easy to find size.
Here's a close up of my August/Summer insert in the frame I selected — this frame is an 8" x 10" frame:
You have TWO options for printing:
- Standard – these pages are glossy and slightly lighter than Stampin' Up! Whisper White Card Stock. Cost: $25.35 ($1.95 per insert)
- Heavy - these pages offer durable paper with a matte finish. Pages are slightly heavier than Stampin' Up! Card Stock. Cost: $32.50 ($2.50 per insert)
The inserts shown here are printed on Heavy paper — the quality of the printing will not be different, it is just the paper preference. With the heavy weight, you don't have to worry about the paper getting wrinkled when stored during the time they are not in the frame.
Use the link below to order your Subway Art today! Please allow approx. 3 weeks to receive your order (it takes approx. 2 weeks for me to get them back from the professional printer, and I will order them in batches, then need to re-ship to you).
All inserts are wrapped and shipped with care — they are sandwiched between chipboard pieces and shrink wrapped to avoid both bending and water damage.