Design A Napkin Fold Card for The Scan N Cut with Brother Canvas Workspace

Scan N Cut Saturday Video Tutorial – Designing A Napkin Fold Greetings Card in Canvas Workspace

For this video tutorial I am going to show you how to use Canvas Workspace to create a Napkin Fold Card.

Not sure what one of those is? Check this out.

It’s a very clever fold that makes the card shrink/expand when you pull on two of the corners!

If you don’t fancy giving this a go yourself, you can grab the full set of kinetic card cutting files by hitting the link below.

Click Here To View The Full SVG Cutting File Set

Still feeling brave? Ok, let’s get started!



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.

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing more with you soon!

Bye for now.

J :)

7 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Saturday Video Tutorial – Designing A Napkin Fold Greetings Card in Canvas Workspace

  1. I have a cam 100. Can I do this on that machine. Also, can I write a message inside. I thought these would make fun Easter surprises for children’s church. Thanks

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  2. Oh my goodness!! I’d bought the files already, but hadn’t got to making this one yet and all I can say after watching the design process is, WOW. Anyone hesitating about buying the files, just do it, we need to keep John in woolly hats to have his creative braincells making more of these fantastic projects!

    Have just been yelling at the screen “No, hang on, I missed how you shrunk the layers”. Dog thinks I have totally lost the plot! Ah…go back, watch again…yep OFFSET… dog raises eyebrows, and says “Don’t think you are spending today on that infernal machine, you are making me a new dogbed cover!”

    One question: at what point do you advise sticking the layers on? I did the folding, scoring and cursing while ‘training’ and then unfolded the card and stuck layers on in one of the others from this set simply because I could barely see the lines, but is this the easiest way?

    All in all, a fantastic set of cards, which I’ll be making more of just as soon as I’ve made yet another indestructible dogbed..

    Franni xx

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    • Oh Franni, this made me laugh so much – thank you!
      Re the layers, I generally rescore the lines with a ruler and ball tool, then stick the layers on, then, when glue is dry, fold the card.
      Apologies, thought I’d mentioned that but made a few of these videos in one go so probably forgot to say that bit in this one.
      Many thanks for buying the files but hope you still get a leg up, so to speak, with following the tutorial too.

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