The first of a series of projects for the Scan N Cut users out there today. This one shows how I went about creating a set of fabric earrings using some faux leather.
I’ve got a video later in this post that will show you how I went about designing these but first, here are those fancy-pants earrings!
Nice, aren’t they?
As I mentioned, these are made from a faux leather. It feels almost like a canvas but has a printed surface or a special finish.
This is the set that I used in this project.
I found them on Amazon here, but I am confident that you could find similar fabric elsewhere too.
In the video I focus on how I designed the shapes that were then cut out on the Brother Scan N Cut. Not too much detail is given regarding the assembly as I felt that this would depend on what you wanted to use along with the fabric. There are of course many jewellery making videos on YouTube so if you need that help, feel free to have a quick look while you are there.
Please also be aware that I tend to go a little faster than usual on YouTube as I am conscious that folk like the videos to be much shorter there.
If you do need a slower more methodical guide to the basic operations of Canvas Workspace or the machine, please do check out my full “Brother Scan N Cut – Cut, Draw and Scan with Confidence” course on Udemy. It’s crammed with over 14 hours of on-demand video right from setting your Scan N Cut up, all the way through the three key functions of cutting, drawing and scanning on both the CM and DX models and also covers using both versions of Canvas Workspace software too!
Right, that’s enough of that.
Ready for the video?
Ok, just click play and enjoy :)
Ok, that’s about it for this one.
Hope you enjoyed that project idea and will give it a go yourself. If you do, and would like to share your creations with me you can find all of my social media links at the top of this page.
As ever, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below this post or below the video on YouTube.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts!
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