Scan N Cut Users – Online Learning, On Sale!

For anyone not already enrolled on one of my Scan N Cut courses, I am running a limited offer (for the next few days) on both the Cut, Draw and Scan with Confidence and Mastering Canvas Workspace courses with a one-time enrolment fee of just 9.99 so grab it while it’s hot!

A couple of things to note…

  • You will need to use the “show me more” buttons below in order for the offer to get automatically applied.
  • If you don’t use the links below you will need to enter code 999SALE before you add the course to your basket.
  • Failure to do either of those will mean you’ll end up paying full price, or whatever price the Udemy website is displaying at the time you buy.
  • Offer price quoted is given in US$. Local conversions/taxes may apply.
  • This is a one-time enrolment fee and not a subscription.
  • The offer is valid for five days from the publication of this post.

Any other questions, pop them below and I will do my best to get back to you as soon as possible.


Which Will You Choose?

Cut, Draw & Scan with Confidence Course

New to the Scan N Cut or had it a while and not sure that you are getting the most from your machine?

This one is for you.

Mastering Canvas Workspace Course

Mastered the Scan N Cut machine but can’t get to grips with the design software, Canvas Workspace?

This one is for you.

Mastering Canvas Workspace Promo Image

~ Come And Join Me On Facebook! ~

I have recently created a new Facebook group for Scan N Cut users so if you are interested in joining, please do head over to Gentleman Crafter’s Scan N Cut Group.

Right, that’s it for this post.

Don’t forget to check out the links/ads below for more Scan N Cut learning resources created by me.

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon.

Best wishes,


3 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Users – Online Learning, On Sale!

  1. Hello John – Margaret Kett here from GUERNSEY, Channel Islands. I purchased the Brother SDX1200 when it first arrived. I purchased your UDEMY Course April 24th 2021.

    I recently purchased an SVG cutting file which includes a Snowman, Santa Clause, Gnome etc. I edited the file of Santa Clause in the Brother Canvas programme and saved to a USB – which is fine. But I like to print a picture of each Christmas Character to keep in my Library of files. To begin I first printed a full colour picture of Santa Clause – which I then scanned into my machine, and hoping that I could cut out as one. But it cut out individually in each COLOUR. I did try the WELDING system – but this did’nt work. There were about 16 piece cut outs – in Red, White, Black,Gold and Pink. Is there a way to overcome this problem and able to WELD??

    Regards Margaret

    Sent from Mail for Windows


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