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MDS: Family History Photobook

MDS Project: Family History and MDS Class

I love creating with MDS - right from my cosy couch with my laptop.  This morning I wanted to use one of my favourite old family photos.  This one is of my dad when he was a boy with my nana and pa, and his sisters. 


The background is Always Artichoke Script, and I've added lots of bits and pieces from one of my favourite kits - Downtown Grunge.  (This kit comes preloaded with MDS.)  I've also used stamps and embellishments from the Family History kit, and lots of stitching and transparent tape. 

It is so much fun creating with MDS.  No mess on the table, lots of colours and stamps and embellishments to play with and my absolute favourite bit - the undo button.  Makes it so easy to experiment and try different things, and you can just click undo if it doesn't work out how you'd envisaged.  Would be nice to have one of those for life wouldn't it. 

MDS Class - Melbourne

Want to find out a bit more about MDS?  I'm holding an introductory session in my lounge room in June.  Grab a cuppa and a comfy seat on the couch (if you're one of the first here, otherwise a not quite so comfy seat on a chair - wink) and I'll step you through a little MDS tour on my TV screen. 

Mds logo sueSaturday June 15th

Class being rescheduled.  New date coming soon.

2.00 - 3.00pm

Entry Fee $10.

Note: This class is free for my customers and class regulars. 

We'll take a look at:

* how to use the included templates

* designing a custom project

* an intro to some of the features and fabulousness.

If you've been a bit curious about MDS and would like to know more, this is a great way to discover more about it.  If that date doesn't suit, keep an eye out for dates in later months. 

Have a fabulous weekend.

Cheers, Sue


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