Scan N Cut Saturday Designing A Lacey Edged Card Front In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

November 10, 2018 — 7 Comments

A nice, simple and quick tutorial today for you Scan N Cut users. This time I would like to share with you an easy and quick way of creating lacey edged card front panels.

Just before you click on play, don’t forget that I have a TON of videos now available on YouTube and also a full series of lectures over on Udemy. Do check out both when you have the time.

Ok, so, as mentioned, this video is a quick one. Not because it lacks content but because this technique is very quick to do and will give you some lovely options when designing greetings cards, or even scrapbook layouts as you could transfer this concept to a larger design.

It will describe the process that I went through to create the card and front layer as shown in this piccy.

Right, the video is ready and waiting, if you’ve got your brew ready, just click play.



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Many thanks for stopping by and I will see you again soon.

J :)

7 responses to Scan N Cut Saturday Designing A Lacey Edged Card Front In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

  1. 

    Great tutorial John, clean and simple but awesome card. Thank you so much and have a lovely weekend.

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  2. 

    Hi John, I’ve got the CM300, how easy is it to use canvas workspace using a laptop and then transfering it to the scanncut with a USB stick? I’ve only Just got my SNC out of storage and I’m trying to sort out space for it, really love your tutorials they have made me think I can do a lot more than I thought! Thanks Louise

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      Very easy. You may like to check out my course on Udemy as it has a section covering the online version and another covering the desktop version.
      TIP: Wait for the next offer period as then you won’t have to pay full price and can save some pennies while getting all of the answers to questions you didn’t know to ask! :)

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  3. 

    Where is your course today. I’m at the village hotel in Glasgow.noboby here

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  4. 

    Lovely John. Thank you.

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  5. 

    A great tutorial John but your speech is out of sync with pictures.
    X

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