Another Hybrid card-Beyond the Garden Blue

Digital scrapbooking and card making is all the rage now and StampinUp offers a product called My Digital Studio that includes lots of digital downloads of the designer paper. stamps, and embellishments (both retired and current) that we have grown to love.  The software is easy to use and you can create cards, photo albums, calendars and scrapbook pages that you can print through Stampin Up and get a great quality product.

I love to create hybrid cards by using MDS to design my card fronts and then print the card fronts from StampinUp.  When I need a quick card I grab the MDS card and then embellish the card with traditional elements thus creating a beautiful hybrid.

Here is another  sample of one of my hybrid designs.

Products Used: MyDigital studio #118108 $79.95

Beyond the Garden Digital download  #124109 $4.95

Paper Daises #119243 $6.95

Sweet Buttons embosslit die #121813 $11.95

Bakers Twine, white #124262 $2.95

Pacific Point  cardstock#111350 $6.95

Basic Pearls #119247 $4.95

Created the Card in MDS using 2 of the blue patterned paper in the beyond the garden digital download.  Added the digital white digital ribbon and the blue flower digital stamped image and printed the card through the StampinUp printing service. Card was easy to assemble.  Take printed card and fold in half.  Fold paper daisy in half and glue down.  Cut paper button with the Sweet Buttons embosslit die and the bigshot in Pacific point add a bakers twine knot and glue in center of paper daisy.  Add a pearl to the center of the blue digital flower.  Done!  What a beautiful card for a special friend to receive.

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