Creating Half Cut Cards In Scan N Cut Canvas

December 12, 2015 — 8 Comments

Some time ago (over a year ago in fact) I created a blog post about how to create half cut cards in Scan N Cut Canvas. As part of my little series of Scan N Cut tutorials I though that it would be great if I could make a little video to accompany that.

So here it is!

Here is a little gallery of the design ideas that I shared with you in the last half-cut technique post.

Anyway, hoped you enjoyed the video and find a use for this technique – take care!

If you have any questions or comments relating to this blog post, please feel free to use the comments section below.

See you soon…

J :)

8 responses to Creating Half Cut Cards In Scan N Cut Canvas

  1. 
    Barbara buckle August 2, 2016 at 6:16 pm

    Really enjoyed this will try and see if if I can replicate this

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  2. 

    John Do you no when the updates for cm 600dx brother scanncut machine. Could you let me no John From Steve

    Sent from my iPad

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  3. 

    Thank you

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  4. 

    hi john still trying to get to grips with scan n cut canvass still watching loads of tuts and videos yours was great but way to fast for me to follow what you were clicking on
    but lovely card great video thanks for sharing

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  5. 

    Thank you again John,great video.

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