Woohoo! I made thank you cards for all those who attended (or even those who couldn't attend) my birthday celebration on the 26th of January. I knew I wanted to do the thank you cards using My Digital Studio but wasn't quite sure exactly what I wanted them to look like when I began.
There were so many parts of the party I wanted to honor and so many people whose presence made me feel so special....... What to do? So this is what I did:
I made a tri-fold card, filling both the front and back with random photos and a few words. Be sure to click on the photos to see a larger image. It's not going to be a whole lot larger but definitely large enough to see many of the details. If you'd like to see a larger version, please leave a comment below with an email address, and I'll send it to you privately via email post. To save your aggravation, I've kept the blog images at a size proper for web purposes. But to repeat, even if I uploaded a very large image, it still appears the exact same size you're seeing above. I have no clue why!
Rather than leave a blank space on the card itself for a personal note, I attached a post-it note for each recipient, thanking them personally for being there.
Crazy stamper that I am, person in need of a little embellishment or bling, I added Dazzling Details to the 'candle tiara' I was wearing. The Details offered the necessary bling!
This was a day in my life that will never be forgotten. It actually carried right on for the next few days, with a trip to the Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, thanks to my cousins who surprised me by coming from Ohio for the event. I made an 8" x 8" My Digital Studio soft bound book commemorating that event. I'll be sharing a few pages from it soon just because it was also fun to make and is a nice memory.
If you haven't tried My Digital Studio, but are seriously thinking you'd like to give it a try, let me know. I'd love to do videos, an on-line class (via Skype or FaceTime) or by screen shots to get you going. It's amazing! You can also check out MyDigitalStudio.net (free) for many get-started, or get-more-advanced, training videos! Did you know there is a FREE 30-day trial version (full access to the software) available? Check it out here and have find out how creative you can be for yourself.