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Brother Scan N Cut Workshop Maidstone/Kent, January 2018

Another Scan N Cut Workshop is now available – this time in Kent on Saturday, January 27th, 2018.

During the day you will be guided through a full overview of the machine and we will also work our way through a range of simple tasks and mini paper craft projects that have been designed to build your understanding of the machine, it’s features, be able to problem solve and become more creative with your Brother Scan N Cut.

Time will also be given to highlighting some features of Scan N Cut Canvas and also to answer questions that might not have been covered during the day.

The workshop will be held on Saturday 27th January, 2018 OR Sunday 28th January and will run from 10am to 4pm.

Included in the price of £65 are the following additional benefits:

  • Free parking.
  • Complimentary tea/coffee throughout the day.
  • A light lunch.
  • All materials (cardstock/vinyl etc) needed for the projects.
  • A download link giving access to all currently available digital cutting files from Digital Craft Emporium – worth over £200.

You will need to bring your machine and a Mid Tack or Standard Tack cutting mat. If you also own a scanning mat you can bring this with you but it is not essential.

The day will be held at:

Village Hotel, Castle View, Forstal Road, Maidstone, ME14 3AQ (map)

For more specific information and advice on directions and transport links, please visit the Village Hotel website.

To secure your place, simply click on the PayPal link below.


  • You do not need to have a PayPal account, they simply process the payments.
  • Please make sure that you enter a valid email address during checkout as this will be how I communicate any updates and reminders to attendees. Your PayPal receipt will act as confirmation of your booking.
  • Please make a note of these details as once this workshop sells out it may be difficult to find them again.

Saturday 27th January


Sunday 28th January

Hope to see you there.

J :)

22 thoughts on “Brother Scan N Cut Workshop Maidstone/Kent, January 2018

  1. Hi John, I’m trying to book the workshop for Maidstone on the Sunday it says limited availability but then won’t let me go through with it.
    Hopefully you can help.

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  2. Hi John did not put my email address on my booking is that a problem I can send it to you if you tell me where to send it to. Regards Pauline sharp (rickard). Many thanks


  3. Hi I’ve booked and paid for the 28th Jan at Maidstone. When do we get the link for the downloads of digital craft emporium, please. Regards pauline


  4. Hi John, just ordered my Brother scan and cut and would love to attend Maidstone workshop but it is full. Any chance of being on a waiting list for any cancellations?


    • Hi Maureen, That’s good to hear. I don’t have a waiting list system as I am generally going to be doing only the one workshop in each area. Do subscribe to this blog’s newsletter though as any future dates or other Scan N Cut related stuff will be posted here.


  5. I would love to attend one of your workshops but will you be doing one in Essex at all? Kent in January can be quite dodgy weather wise and is just that little bit too far for me to drive to.

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  6. Dearest John, I think the Scan Ncut venues are brilliant, but what about your devoted followers who live just about in the middle of Maidstone and Edinburgh like Birmingham. Surely there must be a few hundred crafters in the West Midlands who have purchased a Machine, and who would dearly love a day with you showing us how to use it. So come on you Midlanders drop a line to John and show him we would make it worth his while to come and help us.
    Hope you are keeping well John.
    Joan xx

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