Create A 'Heart Hands' Card Frame Using Auto Trace In Scan N Cut Canvas

Create A ‘Heart Hands’ Greetings Card Using Image Tracing In Scan N Cut Canvas

For this Scan N Cut Canvas walkthrough, I felt that it was about time I included some more features from Scan N Cut Canvas so came up with a design perfect for Valentine’s Day – or any other lovey-dovey squishy-huggy moments.

The design that I will be detailing will use the image trace function within canvas and will start with this “heart hands” design so, if you are going to have a go at this, right click on the image and save it to your computer.

Heart-Hands-Silhouette

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

Done?

Ok, good. Just hit play in the video below and I will reveal all – no, not in that way you saucy minx.



Many thanks for watching and I look forward to seeing you again next time.

J :)

11 thoughts on “Create A ‘Heart Hands’ Greetings Card Using Image Tracing In Scan N Cut Canvas

  1. Hello John

    What a lovely day I had at Maidstone’s scan n cut course. where you explained things so clearly and patiently, and it was fun. many thanks.

    kind regards
    Eileen Head

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  2. Hi John
    A huge thank you for today’s scan n cut course . We had a fantastic day and learnt silly things which are a great help as well as very important things but to spend time with like minded people is fantastic too. Food was good and come back next year and we’ll book again

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  3. Hi John
    Just want to thank you so much for such a brilliant day today at The Villager Hotel in Maidstone. You have taught me soooooo much about this amazing machine. I have learnt so many things that I didn’t even know that I didn’t know!
    I really appreciate all your knowledge and expertise which will now enable me to use my Brother S n C to the full.
    Thank you so much.
    Kind regards
    Wendy Gardner

    Sent from my iPad

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