Scan N Cut Saturday – Design A Folded Gift Bag From Scratch In Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

January 20, 2018 — 6 Comments

Got another fabby video tutorial for you this week. This time we are designing and making a gift bag from scratch in Scan N Cut Canvas.

Ready? Ok, let’s go.

The video is obviously based around the Brother Scan N Cut which is available exclusively through Create and Craft TV at the time of writing this post so if you would like to know more, please do head over to the Create and Craft TV website.

I also have quite an archive of blog posts relating to this machine so if you would like to have a look through those, here are a few links for you.

Anyway, once you’ve had a trawl through that lot, do make yourself a brew and settle down for a watch.

Right, many thanks for watching and I will hopefully see you here again next week!

Ciao for now.

J :)

6 responses to Scan N Cut Saturday – Design A Folded Gift Bag From Scratch In Brother Scan N Cut Canvas


    I’ve found the perfect way to work with you. I watch the tutorial on my tablet while working in canvas on my PC. So much easier than trying to remember what you did, as I can pause you if I need to. A huge thank you for all your hard work in helping us all with our scan n cut on canvas, you are a treasure. xx

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    Thanks for another great tutorial. On Saturday craft day other half out, so I use his computer to watch the video, and mine to work on canvas. He! He! sneaky but works for me. Keep Crafting Jan x

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    I love these tutorials John, great incentives. I upgraded to the CM900 in December, so want to use it more. Glad you’re feeling better. x

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    The Happy Hour Crafters January 20, 2018 at 8:52 am

    I love this idea, have shared it with the Happy Hour Crafters, we have a box making challenge in our rounds as a calm down bx challenge we could create calm down bags, the idea to put 5 items in the box that reminds to stress a little less, like, fragrances in their pictures of favourite places, I have found a couple of boxes I wanted to try now loving the bag idea, thank you for sharing.

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    Fabulous make and tutorial John, thank you x xhazel

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