Designing A Cut Front Greetings Card In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

Scan N Cut Saturday Designing A Cut Front Greetings Card

Hall you. Been a while since I popped a tutorial out onto the tinterweb about that there Brother Scan N Cut so after I finished creating and uploading yesterday’s design pack on Digital Craft Emporium I sat down for a bit of a tinker.

This, is the result…

Designing A Cut Front Greetings Card In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

A clever and creative cut front card, I think you will agree.

“Cut front” is simply another way of saying aperture however it’s a little more than that with more detail and more steps. Something more than just a hole in your card front.

The video below will show you the process that I went through to create this and hope that it interests you enough to give it a go.

Just before you click play though, please let me remind you that I have an online workshop for the Scan N Cut over on Udemy which will get you from beginner to confident with over 5 hours of bite-sized videos. To find out more about this and to enrol, just head over to www.udemy.com.

Also, if you belong to any online or offline groups that share your interest in the Scan N Cut, I would genuinely appreciate it if you would take a moment to share a link to either the course or to my YouTube channel. There are handy sharing links for this post at the bottom of this page if you need them.

Ok, on with today’s tutorial.



There we go. Easy and amazing!

Thank you for stopping by and I hope to be able to get another few videos added to the playlist soon.

 

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