Martha Stewart CraftStudio iPad App Review

Patrick Garde June 24, 2012 0
Martha Stewart CraftStudio iPad App Review
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Martha Stewart has released a new iPad app called Martha Stewart Craftstudio. This application brings out your creative juices flowing as it lets you make your own cards, thank-you notes, invitations, scrapbook pages and a whole lot more.

What I like about this app is it allows you to share your paper crafts with your friends; you can print them out yourselves thanks to Airprint technology or have it printed professionally as well via Snapfish. Also, with CraftStudio, you have the ability to create awesome projects without the mess.

Martha Stewart’s new application offers a variety of backgrounds. It also lets you add your own photos then you can make it more artistic with glitters, borders, stickers, punches and fonts.

This iPad app has default themes, namely, Everyday, Doily Lace, Birthday Party and Nature. An in-app purchase allows you to download additional packs for $1.99 each. It includes: Spring, Elegant Celebrations, Summer Fun and Vacation Adventure. More packs coming soon.

You can also edit the already existing crafts which can be found on the Inspiration tab (which I did with a couple of the screenshots below).

Download this app now as it is made available free for a limited time only (price after July 8th is $4.99). The 243 MB download size is definitely worth the wait.


Create your own cards in minutes


Make high-quality invitations now with the help of Martha Stewart Craftstudio and invite your friends on your next big event.


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Compatible with iPad.Requires iOS 5.0 or later.


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Free ($4.99 after July 8th) [iTunes Link]

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