Sunday, 8 September 2013

My Digital Studio (MDS)



I am so excited that we are all finally able to access and use My Digital Studio (MDS). I have been able to play with it for the last couple of months and have been having lots of fun with it.

If you want to try it for FREE go to my Online Store and check out Item No. 130910 (free shipping of course as it's a download). The FREE trail lasts 30 days and you can at any time purchase the full basic package for £13.95 (Item No. 130646).
 
Want to see what's available? Check out the MDS Trial Content by clicking here - Trial Content. For the full version (contains trial version plus more) click here - Full Version Content

A great place to start is Mydigitalstudio.net - it is full of great information and forums. The website also has all the technical details such as details of the system requirements for the downloads. I would recommend that you check this out before starting the downloads to make sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements. The software needs to be downloaded to a MAC or PC, sorry it does not work on an iPad ( a commonly asked question that I thought I'd address here).

Quick hint - if you try out the Trial Version and decide that you want to purchase the full version I would recommend that you download the full version within the 30 days - this is simply to avoid having to do the whole download from scratch. My trial version took 3 hours to download simply because we have a very slow BT Internet connection and I did not want to download the whole thing again plus more - who knows how that long that would have taken!

So, what have I been up to? Well.... the blog hop buttons were done on MDS and I've shown a couple of other projects. But, here's another that I've been playing with over the weekend.

This time I thought I'd put a male card front together.



I plan on having my MDS available at the Open House next weekend so that people can check it out for themselves. If you haven't already let me know that you are coming don't forget to do so as I'd hate to run out of goody bags and the Make & Takes too.

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