Designing A Pop Up Card For The Brother Scan N Cut In Canvas Workspace

February 17, 2018 — 6 Comments

For this week’s Scan N Cut Saturday I thought that I would share a way of creating a pop-up style card using Canvas Workspace.The journey starts in Canvas Workspace and then I went on to draw this with the Universal Pen Tool and cut this with my Brother Scan N Cut CM900, but you can create this with any model of the machine as we create the project in Canvas workspace and then transfer it to the machine.

I now have a large archive of blog posts, digital cutting files and videos relating to the Brother Scan N Cut so if this is your first time getting to know about it, or fancy a bit more inspiration, you might like to visit some of these sources of information:

Anyhoo, this is the project that I created this week.

Would you like to see how I created it?

Just hit play on the video player below and all will be revealed!



Many thanks for watching.

Please do share this with your Scan N Cut mates via whichever social media platform you like. There are handy sharing links below if you do.

Good to have your company and will catch you again next time.

J :)

6 responses to Designing A Pop Up Card For The Brother Scan N Cut In Canvas Workspace

  1. 

    Thank you, a handy follow on from your Maidstone day!

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  2. 

    Thanks John this is fantastic. Can’t wait to try it xxx

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  3. 

    Excellent as always, thanks John xx

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  4. 

    Thank you John, fantastic tutorial as always.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. 

    Fabulous card and tutorial John. xx hazel

    Liked by 1 person

  6. 

    Great video John and you make it look so easy. Thanks

    Liked by 1 person

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