MDS Monday – Sunshine and Sprinkles

Checkbook cover created with MDS and Sunshine & Sprinkles EnsembleDid you know you could use MDS to create a checkbook cover? With the Custom project option, you can easily make any size project you want up to 24″ x 24″! For my checkbook cover I chose a project size of 6.5″ x 7″. I added a square punch sized 6.5″ x 3.5″ to the bottom half my project and filled it with the Sunshine and Sprinkles Designer Series Paper – 15. After filling the punch I double clicked on it and clicked the minus magnifying glass 3 times to reduce the size of the raindrops. I also reduced the opacity to 80% so my printing would show up better. Then I copy, pasted, and flipped the rectangle and positioned it on the top half. This way the raindrops would still be falling when the checkbook cover was folded in half.

Back view of checkbookI grouped three of the umbrella embellishments from the Sunshine and Sprinkles Ensemble (130668) on the front of the checkbook and used the same umbrella to make a line of them on the back.  Then I printed the cover out on Whisper White card stock. I purchased the plastic checkbook cover from Stamp on This but I can’t find a website for them any more. Here is a link to another place that sells the clear plastic covers.

I am so excited to be able to create this checkbook cover to match my Soggy Stamper branding!

Supplies: (Click on the links or visit my online store to order any supplies you need.)
MDS software digital download (130646), MDS software disc (130647), or 30-day Free Trial of MDS (130910)
Sunshine & Sprinkles Ensemble (130668)- embellishments- umbrella multi
Basics/1.25 Square Punch,  Filled with: Sunshine & Sprinkles Designer Series Paper – 15 from the Sunshine & Sprinkles Ensemble

One thought on “MDS Monday – Sunshine and Sprinkles

  1. Dorothy Cordes

    What a great idea! I do love seeing the things you do with MDS. I do love that program and want to use it more than traditional card making.
    It’s a beautiful day here in Central Illinois and that is not an April Fool joke!



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