Scan It Saturday 3 – Box Frame Card Front Project Part 1

June 17, 2017 — 5 Comments

Watcha. For the my fellow scanners out there I have put together a cool project that will help you learn a lot of skills all in one project.

I have therefore split it down into several posts that can be completed step by step.

If you really want to grow in your skill set with the Scan N Cut, this is the one for you!

Want to see what we will make?

Ok, here is a little gallery of pics of the finished thing.

Neat, innit!?

The elements that you will hopefully learn in this project are:

  • Part 1 – Getting, Downloading, Unzipping and transferring cutting files.
  • Part 2 – Designing flowers and leaves in canvas.
  • Part 3 – Designing the sentiment and cutting the parts on the Scan N Cut.
  • Part 4 – Assembling the project.

The choice of cardstock, stamps and embellishments are of course up to you.

Before we start there are some preliminary steps that you will want to do.

  1. Check out the blog post on Keyboard shortcuts for Scan N Cut Canvas – I’ll be refering to these in the video later on in this post. You can find that here > Keyboard Shortcuts For Scan N Cut Canvas.
  2. Download the free One Piece Box Frame cutting file set in this week’s SVG Saturday blog post. You don’t need to do anything with it yet as I will be guiding you through unzipping and transferring those files within this post.
  3. Check out the video in the Scan It Saturday 2 – Getting To Know The Path Tools In Scan N Cut Canvas blog post because we will be using those in this week’s project.

Once you have done these steps, you will be ready to dive in and give this a go.


PART 1


Ok, got that?

Then it’s time to Go To Part 2


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 :)

5 responses to Scan It Saturday 3 – Box Frame Card Front Project Part 1

  1. 
    Carole Morgan July 23, 2017 at 6:36 pm

    Finally got round to watching this tutorial! WOW! Its fantastic! Love, love, love this box. I will defo give this one a go. Thanks for sharing.
    Happy crafting!

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  2. 

    Thank you for the great tutorial and fabulous free frame. Love your tutorials. :-)

    Liked by 1 person

  3. 

    John you are such a busy bee! Umm maybe you could do some stuff on time management so the rest of us can attempt a tenth of the stuff you get through : )

    Liked by 1 person

  4. 

    Thanks so much for the instructions

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