Using The Divide Function To Create Unique Layered Cards

Scan N Cut Saturday – Using The Divide Function In Canvas Workspace To Create Unique Layered Cards

The first of the Scan N Cut Saturday video tutorials of 2018 is here, and it’s pretty cool if I do say so myself.

In this video tutorial, I will show you through how to design a complete card using Scan N Cut Canvas and then what to do to draw and cut it on the Brother Scan N Cut.

Ready? Ok, let’s go.

Here is one idea from the technique that I will be showing you in this tutorial.

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.

Also, if you did not know, I now have a full Scan N Cut workshop available over on Udemy which will give you all that you need to know about this amazing machine. Click on the image below to pop over and find out more.

Online Brother Scan N Cut Workshop

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 :)

16 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Saturday – Using The Divide Function In Canvas Workspace To Create Unique Layered Cards

  1. I am so looking forward to watching these videos. I am very new to the scan and cut so hopefully they will help to create some beautiful things thank you John.

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  2. Lv the video thankyou but is there a written format with all the measurement. Very Basie I know very busy ie the first layer of the card front so know where to start. Thankyou

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  3. Morning john thanks for this video you have inspired me to try canvas so I will have a go today. Being a learner – daft question maybe but do all the layers you put together so separately if you know what I mean?

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  4. Thank you is very apt for this tutorial John, because it is exactly what I want to do – THANK YOU! I grow ever more confident with Canvas with your help, you really do explain so clearly and well.

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