Designing A Shaped Word Card In Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

December 21, 2015 — 14 Comments

Managed to squeeze in another in Scan N Cut tutorial series today. This time around I show you how to create a shaped word card from scratch using the tools and fonts found in Scan N Cut Canvas.

I hope that you enjoyed it and were able to follow along.

If you have any questions or comments about this post, or video, then please feel free to pop them in the comments section below.

Many thanks for visiting/watching.

See you again soon.

J :)

14 responses to Designing A Shaped Word Card In Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

  1. 

    HI John,

    I am trying to make a shaped word card in canvas. I followed all instructions and it looks great when I transfer it to my CM900 but it seems to be ignoring the “wed” and cutting single letters?? I have tried it several times.
    Thanks Sylvia

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  2. 

    Wow love this. Off to try today. I love that you are very eady to listen to and watch. Many thanks for sharing xpaulax

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  3. 

    Hello, This is great – thanks so much. got a BSC for Christmas and have used this tutorial to make thank you cards in each persons name – My Dad and Mum will love it – as will my brother. Looking forward to trying out more of your tutorials on New Years Day when everyone is sleeping x

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  4. 

    Excellent video – thank you so much – I learnt quite a few things with this – i tried one and made a mess of it and gave up! thank you

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  5. 

    thanks for the tutorial John, very clear and easy to understand. I will have a go at this after Christmas ­čśä

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  6. 

    Brilliant, will definitely be having a go at that, thanks….

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  7. 

    Thanks John. Very easy to understand and very useful. Keep up the good work !

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  8. 

    Hi John
    when I am trying to weld2 shapes in Canvas I get an error message ErrS07 why is this?

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  9. 

    Good video John, I followed it and understood each action. Love Helen

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  10. 

    That was really easy to follow, I’ll try that myself as soon as the festivities are out of the way.
    Thank you

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  11. 

    thank you John for yet another brilliant tutorial. Although I have owned my machine for 2 years, I have yet to be brave enough to use canvas! Hopefully this will b the inspiration to get me there! Thanks again, B :-) x

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