One more post for today. It's a rainy day here and I decided to take an "extended lunch hour" :-) and play around with My Digital Studio and get the weekly card made a little early.
I used this sketch from the Clean and Simple blog with a little color inspiration from the University of Florida. Actually the color suggestion was from Cricut Man who saw his UFPTI (University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute) wristband laying on the table where we've been playing on our computers most of the day. He even took the time to look up the RGB color codes on the university's web site so that really is Gator Blue and Orange!
I think it turned out nice and bright and cheery. Just what's needed for a rainy day.
Plus I learned a heck of a lot about how to get it to print properly - and let me tell you between the "bleed area" in the software and the minimum margin settings for the printer that was no easy task to get it to print nicely on standard size paper folded into a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 card. Whew! I may actually order this one from the Stampin' Up print shop just to see how that process works, what kind of turnaround they have and what kind of quality it is. I'll keep you posted on the results.
The digital stamps I used were "Together Forever" (the flowers) and "Define Your Life" (the borders), both of which I think are part of the baseline application. The font was a freebie (CK Message) from the "Free Font Friday" web site.
I swear! - Today has been more FUN than a Gal Pal may deserve! :-)