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Lyssa, you have some great projects here!!! I just love that page of your little boy...what a cutie! Great hybrid projects, too! I'd never thought of just printing off a bunch of the stamped images and using them. Brilliant!

Great projects, Lyssa, and I love how you showed both print and digital uses for MDS!

I've been wanting to print out some stamps I don't have and punch them out. Glad to see that it works!

I did not think about being able to print just the images for stamps I don't own. Cool!
Thanks!!

Wow this is fabulous!! Love your card, and and the zig zag stitching on the page. Didn't know it did stitching until today. I've learned so many things. Didn't know it came with punches or that they and the stamp images could be resized!! Love the idea of being able to play with that heart from always. (I think that's the set name). I am stupid in love with that heart, but can't justify the cost of the set for that stamp. You did a great job, and that pic of Dan is way too adorable!!

Wow! I learned that I can digi-stamp on top of the digital DP to make a customized designer paper. Very cool!

Awesome projects, Lyssa!

Love the use of the printing to get a card you wanted--very economical.

Lyssa, you already know I'm in love with this program and can't wait to get it for Christmas. I hadn't even thought of the possibility of printing and punching to add digital images to real life cards! I learned, I want this program even more! Thank you so much for sharing!

I love the idea of printing out the images from stamp sets that you don't own and using them on your projects - didn't think of that aspect. I guess I was only thinking in finished project mode :) Thanks for the great inspiration (just need to get my MDS copy now!) Very cute baby and love the scrapbook page.

I love the True Friend card.
I like that we can print out the "stamps" and punch them or cut them out to use on our real cards.

This post contained great info. I haven't made any cards, but after you discription of the process I can't wait to give it a try.hanks

Love your projects, Lyssa! I especially like the tip of printing an image and then encrusting it with crystal effects and microbeads--now that's my kind of embellie!

I learned that I can just print out stamps in b&w and cut and color them myself. What a GREAT idea! I so want to use True Friend also!

OK, I put something in a bit ago but don't see it. If it comes up later just ignore this one. I love what you can do with MDS. I have resisted getting it because I don't scrapbook. From this blog tour I have learned you can do a LOT more. I love being able to make some WOW cards and add some very special touches like you did. I think you kicked me off the fence and I will be getting one.

Carey
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These are great ideas and SUCH a cute scrap page (and page subject)!! Great job with this!

Before MDS, I was a tried and true traditional scrapbooker. Reality is, I am YEARS behind in my kids' books. MDS will help me organize and catch up, as well as maintain. I loved the idea of printing out the stamp images that I don't own and using those on my cards - sort of a "hybrid" card so to speak. AWESOME!

Wow! I love what you have done with both projects particularly the second one. it has inspired me into wanting to try something like this myself. Thank you for sharing!

Happy Stamping!

Julie

I learned the options with MDS are endless ~ print them out and punches coordinate just like real stamps. Also saw one blogger make her own DSP using a DSP pattern and adding a stamp to create her own pattern. Also see how one can alter predesigned templates to make it their own design. Guess I better get playing with mine and not be so timid. Love this carnival idea and your projects are delightful.

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