Designing A Pillow Box In Scan N Cut Canvas (Video)

November 18, 2015 — 11 Comments

Well hello there! I’ve been creating and editing videos again – this time around I thought that I would give you something a little more ‘meaty’ and decided to create a walkthrough on how to create a pillow box in Scan N Cut Canvas.

Enjoy!

Hope you found that useful. Please don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel for automatic updates.

Thanks for watching and I’ll see you again soon.

J :)

11 responses to Designing A Pillow Box In Scan N Cut Canvas (Video)

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    Evening, I have been trying out this box but I keep getting the same message as Janine above, I cleared it all off and started again but still no luck, I can not weld the square to the other parts, any idea what I am doing wrong, I have checked and checked all connections which seem to be fine? Thank you in advance for any ideas.

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    Hi John, Thank you for all the help you give us you are a inspiration to us all, but I need your help please, I’ve been trying to do the pillow box, and I seem to be following your every lead but when I get to the point of welding the square to the 2 rectangles I get an error code ErrS07 I have changed the color of the lines but cannot see any gaps,and I sent the rectangles to the back, any idea what I am doing wrong. Janine

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      Hi I have been trying this pillow box this evening and been getting the same error message you got, i have checked and checked everything is touching, did you gt any reply or did you sort out the problem?

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  3. 

    Thank you so much for your clear, concise instructions. It’s good to see you on a screen again

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  4. 

    Good info. I need a paper handout, I can never remember all I saw. Thank you for showing.

    Jackie

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  5. 

    Thanks John, this is so useful, will sit down with my scan n cut and give this a go

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  6. 

    Thank you so much for this I have learnt so many things in one videoūüėÉ

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  7. 

    Thanks for that John, good explanations of using the different tools, I will have a go now, was not very successful before on doing designing.

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  8. 

    Thanks so much for this. Wish I had your brain to work these out!

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  9. 

    this looks great I will be having a go will let you know how I get on many thanks

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