Scan It Saturday – How To Create A Doily Design In Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

June 3, 2017 — 9 Comments

Exciting times this week with the return of Scan It Saturday! A weekly tips and techniques series of blog posts based around the Brother Scan N Cut electronic cutting machine and Brother Scan N Cut Canvas, the online design suite to compliment the machine.

For this return post I decided to share a quick video on how to create a doily design in Scan N Cut Canvas using just one basic shape!

Right, so, do I waffle or just paste the video here?

Hehe. I think I’ll pop the video up first and then pop some notes below it on this post so don’t forget to pop back when you have finished watching for a few more pointers and helpful bits and bobs.



Hope you enjoyed that and will have a go at it yourself.

Did you here me refering to pressing certain letter keys to do specific actions? Don’t forget that I have published a full list of these on the Keyboard Shortcuts For Scan N Cut Canvas blog post.

Don’t forget that I have loads of other tips and techniques relating to the Brother Scan N Cut in the blog archive. Feel free to check them out.

If you know of anyone that would find this video useful, please don’t forget to share it. There are handy social sharing buttons below this blog post.

Feeling lazy and you can’t be bother to design something then why not check out the full range of cutting files over on my Digital Craft Emporium – there are new free files and great offers every week!

One last thing – if you don’t yet have one of these machines then they are exclusively available in the UK from www.createandcraft.tv, as are all of the accessories and design USBs.

Right, I reckon that’s about it.

See you again next week I hope.

Bye for now.

J :)

9 responses to Scan It Saturday – How To Create A Doily Design In Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

  1. 
    Jean-Marie Penny June 25, 2017 at 12:43 am

    Thanks John, great demonstration. I’ve followed all your demo videos and have made flowers, leaves, doilies, and joined words and numbers but the one thing I am stuck on and would really like to see is how to make an art deco frame of 5″ x 7″. I have just spent my entire weekend failing terribly, please help.
    Thanks in anticipation
    Jean-Marie

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  2. 
    Carole Morgan June 6, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    Thank you John. Excellent demo. You make it look so easy! I will have a go, plus I’ll also download your file, just as a safeguard!!

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  3. 

    Thanks for sharing John :)

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  4. 

    Had problems concentrating as i had sub-titles on my video playback, and couldn’t stop laughing when it came up ‘scantily clad canvas’ instead of scan and cut canvas. Will have to watch again when i’ve turned off sub-titles.

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  5. 

    Lazy me, I started by downloading the file first from your shop. Now, I’m going through the tutorial again and try my hand at designing my own. Thank you so much for the return of Scan it Saturday. You’re a star.

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  6. 

    Thank you for sharing. Canvas can be quite a challenge..But no more. I use your cutting files and they are fabulous.

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  7. 

    Brillant tutorial john thanks for sharing xx hazel

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  8. 

    John thank you so much for your generosity in sharing your knowledge, it’s truly appreciated. Crafter’s rock!

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