Creating A Lattice Vanity Panel Card In Canvas Workspace Desktop Version

January 12, 2019 — 8 Comments

A slightly lengthier tutorial today with this cool card style which I create from scratch in Canvas Workspace desktop version.

Creating A Lattice Vanity Screen Card In Canvas Workspace Desktop Version

How fab would this look with a sentiment panel and some elegant floral embellishments?!

It’s a lot easier to make than you think too so you can enjoy making it and the recipient will most likely be over the moon!

Please bear in mind that I do work through this video a little faster than normal so if you miss a step, please do feel free to pause or rewind and watch as many times as you like.

Don’t forget, if you would like to become confident with Canvas Workspace or your Brother Scan N Cut machine then I have a full course over on Udemy that you might like to check out.

You can see more about this course by visiting this blog post or by visiting www.udemy.com

This technique uses the desktop version of Canvas Workspace as it has a few tools that I used that don’t appear in the online version. If you haven’t already downloaded and installed this version, it might be worth doing so now.

A MAC version was also recently released and so every user should now be able to access it.

Anyway, enough waffle, shall we crack on…?



Many thanks for stopping by and watching, I really appreciate it.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Anyway, thanks for stopping by and I look forward to bringing you more soon!

Bye for now.

J :)

8 responses to Creating A Lattice Vanity Panel Card In Canvas Workspace Desktop Version

  1. 
    Pamela Anne Marshall February 12, 2019 at 2:17 pm

    I think this video was very thorough and explanatory thank you very much in the past I have used inkscape for all my work and learning another machines way of doing for me is difficult. I have watched it several times and as soon as possible intend having a go. On a different note I wish I could find your original free lattice download can’t find it anywhere. According to a lady on the internet it should be on here

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  2. 

    Wow John, this is great. I love to make this one. I think I have still some 3D cutting image of Asian Ladies, whould great with this. Thank you so much for your time and effort and have a wonderful weekend.

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  3. 

    Great tutorial John TFS

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  4. 

    Hi John, love the look of the trellis card. Have watched the video and look forward to having a go. Can you help, using the dash lines as a score line I find weakens the card a lot, is it due to my choice of cut pressure or blade length. If I make a card base I usually use 300 gsm card. Thanks for all the support, your online course is a great emergency go to when stuck.
    Jan

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  5. 

    I can be very eloquent at times like this……wow. This is lovely John, I know I shall use this one. xx

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