Scan It Saturday 2 – Getting To Know The Path Tools In Scan N Cut Canvas

June 10, 2017 — 16 Comments

Watcha. For the my fellow scanners out there I have put together a short video on the versatile and creative path tools that can be found in Scan N Cut Canvas.

It’s worth a watch as you can create some pretty cool things once you have mastered these tools.

As mentioned in the video the two types of tools have shortcut keys associated with them. If you would like a full list of shortcut keys for Scan N Cut canvas you will be able to find them here > Keyboard Shortcuts For Scan N Cut Canvas.

In this video I focus on the Path tool, rather than the freehand path tool and in a future post I hope to be able to combine these techniques with others that I have shared over the last few years so do have a watch and a practice and then you should be able to follow on with the next video.

If you would like to grab yourself one of the Brother Scan N Cut range of electronic cutting machines then these are exclusively available in the UK through www.createandcraft.tv

Right, that’s enough waffle, now for the featured presentation *grabs popcorn and starts to scoff…*



As ever, my sincere thanks for visiting, watching and reading.

Look forward to sharing more with you in the near future.

Ciao for now.

J :)

16 responses to Scan It Saturday 2 – Getting To Know The Path Tools In Scan N Cut Canvas

  1. 

    Thank you very much for this it is a tool I have always avoided until now 😃😃

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  2. 

    More fantastic help, I think it is about time I started trying to create some projects of my own rather than just importing them. Many thanks again, John x

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  3. 

    Very helpful. Thanks

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  4. 

    Thanks for these tutorials, this one especially, it has really helped x

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  5. 
    Carole Morgan June 10, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    Thank you John. That was very clear, I’m going to have a go! I’ve never really understood those paths!!
    Happy crafting.
    Carole.

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  6. 

    Thank you John, great video with very clear instructions given at a pace that’s easy to follow!!.

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  7. 

    brilliant nice and easy to follow learnt a lot from this today

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  8. 

    Really well explained, looking forward to next weeks Thanks Joan

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  9. 

    Absolutely invaluable instructions – I have been struggling with the path part of Canvass for ages and you have finally put it all in a perfect way for me to understand. Thanks a million, John, you truly are a Godsend!

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  10. 

    Thank you John. Very much appreciate your informative video’s.

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  11. 

    Thanks john x

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