Pop out inserts have been around for a while and they are super easy for you to design to cut with your Brother Scan N Cut.
Watch this video and get creating your own unique pop outs in no time … I promise!
This is what I will be showing you how to create in this post/video.
This is the view of the inside of the card once the card has been open.
You can adapt this to use any shape in the centre. This could be from the library of designs in Canvas Workspace or one that you have created yourself! The only thing to think about is that it is a nice open shape so that you can see through it. You can even use the cut-out part to hang within the aperture.
In the video, I mention that I would leave the dimensions image on this post, so here it is.
If you would like to print this out, just right-click and choose ‘Print…’ or ‘Save Image As…’ and then print it out as you would any other image.
Ok, that’s most of the housekeeping out of the way but just before I show you the video, please let me share with you a few links relating to this blog post.
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.
- Scan It Saturday Archive – an archive of weekly blog posts featuring tutorials.
- SVG Saturday Archive – a selection of blog posts featuring free SVG cutting files.
- Digital Craft Emporium – my SVG cuttings files for sale.
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.
Ok, if you have your brew ready, let’s do this!
Ok, I hope that you enjoyed that and will make use of it in the near future.
I would love to see what you create if you do follow this tutorial.
In the meantime, thanks for watching and I will see you again next time.