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Stampin' Up My Digital Studio - convention sneak peeks

Photo courtesy of Kelly Mayou -

With the release of Stampin' UP's new My Digital Studio digital scrapbooking software right around the corner, SU demonstrators got a first look at the software in action yesterday at Stampin' UP's annual convention in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Stampin' Up's Brent Steele demonstrated how easy this new software is to use and showed samples of pages, cards, printed books and other projects done with this amazing new software.

If you'd like to see convention sneak peek photos from this demonstration and the display boards, here's a list of bloggers that have been updating their blogs and twitter with eye-catching photos and updates:

* Weekend Stamper - Kelly Mayou

* My Life's Art - Teresa Payne-Neal

* Where the Rubber Hits the Road - Linda Heller

* It's always stamptime somewhere - Jeanna Bohanon

* Pink PJ Stamper - Barbara Jean Smith

* Rubberstamping in Montreal - Jennifer DeMarco

To find out more about this upcoming new product, check out the following article: Stampin' Up My Digital Studio - digital scrapbooking software

For more convention updates and sneak peeks, check out the following links:

* Stampin' Up Convention 2009 pictures & updates

* Stampin' Up 2009 Convention updates 

* Stampin' Up partners with Build-a-Bear - convention photos

and check out the swaps from convention: Stampin' Up Convention swaps and videos




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