Wednesday, November 30, 2011

More About the Panama Cruise

Hi Everyone.  It's been a busy week since my last post.  The Christmas decorating is all done, the last batch of Christmas bread just came out of the oven (smells so good), the Christmas shopping is nearly done...only a couple of more things to buy and then the wrapping starts.  
I have been working on my Panama Cruise album and have now finished it and can send it away to be printed.  You just gotta love My Digital Studio from Stampin' Up!.  It is so easy to use, and if you want a new stamp, or another embellishment or maybe its some different DSP, then all you have to do is go order, download and install.  This takes about 5 minutes compared to the time it takes to get the physical goods in your hand. 
While doing this project as well as a couple of others, I have learned so many new things that make my life easier when using this product.  Not only that, but you can upload your projects to Stampin' Up! to have them professionally printed and delivered right to your door.  EASY PEASY!  
Contact me to learn how you can benefit from My Digital Studio.

I hope that you enjoy the pictures of Panama and our actual trip through the canal.  It was a great experience and I would recommend this cruise to anyone.  

My plan is to conduct some training in My Digital Studio in the New Year, so that you too can enjoy scrap booking using digital media.

At a later time, I will post more pictures, so be sure to check back to see those and hear more about my training sessions.

Until next time.....



  1. That looks great Karen. I can't wait to see it in person.

  2. This brings back so many memories! Great photos and I love your layouts too.

  3. You have done a fabulous job of scraping and sharing your Panama cruise! Wonderful work, Karen!

  4. What a terrific time you must of had. It will be great for you to look back at your lovely album and have all the memoroes right there.

  5. Looks like a wonderful cruise and your scrapbook has captured the memories forever!

  6. Karen all these pages look fabulous and I love how they are all different. It looks like you will have a wonderful treasure trove of photos and journalling to remember your trip for years to come. I totally agree that digital can make life easier when time is short.

  7. I am so enjoying your cruise! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Karen, Love your pages... you must have had a wonderful time!
    I just did a (last minute) book of the 6 X 6 size this weekend for my trip to visit to grandkids. I printed it at home but want to try to the professional way when I get home.
    I want to find out if I can print FOUR 6 X 6 layouts on ONE 12 X 12 sheet. then cut them myself?


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