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My Digital Studio (MDS) Video Tutorial: Printing Cards onto A4 Cardtsock

My big boy Josh had his 11th birthday this week, so I thought I would have a play around with a hybrid card for him. Hybrid meaning I did some on MDS, printed it out and then embellished with stamps and other 'real' embellishments. Here is the finished card. I've included a video below that shows you how I set up my printing to get 2 cards or 4 to an A4 page.

My digital studio a4 card stampin up

Here's the card I first printed out (2 cards to an A4 sheet). If you just wanted a single layer card you could do this.

My Digital Studio A4 card stampin up


I also included a digital stamp from Creatively Yours on the reverse.

Josh 11 bday card 1 back


I wanted a bit more added to the card though, so I cut out the card front, trimmed 2mm off all around the edges and mountd onto a Cherry Cobbler C6 card. I then cut some of the hexagons from the other card front and mounted them on top with Dimensionals. I then used the slatter stamp from French Foliage around the outside, some punched stars and some linen thread. Birthday boy loved his personalised card, and I was happy to have worked out how to print cards as I wanted them using Australian cardstock measurements. Here's the video:

Hope you have found this video useful and you will have a go at making some hybrid cards using MDS soon.



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Jenny Adams

Thank you Claire - this video is extremely helpful!!!! You are amazing!

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