It’s been a while, but I can confidently say that I am at my happiest in a long LONG time. In addition, I am never happier than when I am making and creating, which is more often these days – perhaps a link there?
Anyway, it was this ethos that went into this artist trading card.
Having been posting videos featuring the Brother Scan N Cut, and its design software, on YouTube for quite a few years now and there is quite a selection in the archive.
I thought that it would be a nice thing to share some of the older content that still gets a lot of interest in case you have recently found me, or have forgotten the old stuff, and would like to have a look for yourself.
Hallo, all. A thought occurred to me the other day that I have gathered a fair few newbies over the last few years that may have missed out on some of the stuff in the archives.
So, as the exciting month of March rapidly approaches time will be limited for me to create new content so I thought that it was a serendipitous opportunity via which I could dive into the archives to share some older, but still very popular, videos and tutorials.
Just before I do though, I have one technique that I would like to share with you and it’s double trouble as it CAN be done on the Scan N Cut, but, I will be asking you the question, should it … ?