Archives For Scan N Cut Saturday

Projects and articles relating to the Brother Scan N Cut electronic cutting machines and Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

Make anything personal with this set of cutting files, digi stamps and printable papers designed by John Bloodworth, Gentleman Crafter.

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A nice, simple and quick tutorial today for you Scan N Cut users. This time I would like to share with you an easy and quick way of creating lacey edged card front panels.

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Many true type fonts come with alternate characters however these are not directly accessible in Canvas Workspace so today’s video shares a quick tip on how to access these using Character Map in conjunction with Canvas Workspace. Continue Reading…

As you know I tend to try and keep abreast of all things Scan N Cut so I have been eager to find out more about the Scan N Cut DX which launches in the US next week.

Whilst I still haven’t got my hands on the new machine, nor been able to pin down a launch date for other areas of the world, I have been able to do a bit of research into what’s new and compile a list of information and resources that may be of interest to those that are waiting to see what’s new.

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Got another Scan N Cut Saturday video for you and it’s pretty cool for those of you that enjoy making something a little ‘more’ than a greetings card.

In this video tutorial  I will share with you how I go about creating a split ring bound tag book in Canvas Workspace for the Brother Scan N Cut.

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Canvas Workspace Update

August 30, 2018 — 18 Comments

For any Brother Scan N Cut users out there I thought that you might like to know that the Windows installable version of Canvas Workspace has been updated to Version 2.

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Got another Scan N Cut Saturday video for you and it’s pretty cool, if I do say so myself.

In this video tutorial, I will show you how to design a mini tag book that you can cut and fold from one sheet of 12″ x 12″ cardstock.

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