Start designing with My Digital Studio … FREE!

After this past weekend’s 2012 Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop, I guess it’s no secret that I love working with My Digital Studio!  If I can get exclusive, hostess-only Stampin’ Up! digital content, I go for it!  It’s fun to have all those tools at my fingertips.  But here’s what I’m really excited about:  Soon you can start designing with My Digital Studio … FREE!  Stampin’ Up! will offer a 30-day MDS Express trial version beginning Wednesday, February 1.  You’ll have access to the complete, fully functional software, with all the digital content that comes with My Digital Studio Express.  You’ll also be able to purchase additional downloads and have access to the professional print services Stampin’ Up! offers.

Here’s what you need to know:  Simply enter your order online (through my Stampin’ Up! Online site, for example) and enter product number 129600.  Use your Download Manager to complete the installation.  Not sure if your computer is up to the task?  Check out the system requirements at MyDigitalStudio.net (a place with tons of resources and inspiration).

I’m putting together some plans for a beginning MDS class if there’s enough interest around my area (DeKalb County, Illinois).  Guided instruction isn’t really required (the program is pretty intuitive), but it might be fun to explore the MDS options together.  What do you think?

Here’s a video from the home office that may answer some questions:


Find more videos like this on My Digital Studio

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Share and Enjoy:
  • Facebook
This entry was posted in My Digital Studio, Stampin' Up! Promotions and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Start designing with My Digital Studio … FREE!

  1. Sally says:

    Does it work on MacBooks? I’d be interested in a class if I like the free trial.

    • Debra says:

      Here are the Mac specs:

      Macintosh:
      OS X 10.4.x or greater (with the latest Java update)
      G4 500 MHz or faster (G5 1 GHz or better recommended, PowerPC or Intel Mac)
      1 GB RAM (2 GB or more recommended)
      16 MB video RAM (64 MB recommended)
      Available hard disk space: 6 GB minimum
      DVD-ROM drive

Comments are closed.