Archives For Brother Scan N Cut Canvas

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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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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This week I received an email from Gillian asking how to create a text topper where the text is drawn and the topper is cut. This is quite simple however I didn’t seem to be able to put this into written words well so I decided to make a video of it.

It really is quick and simple and once you know how you will be creating toppers galore!

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Pop out inserts have been around for a while and they are super easy for you to design to cut with your Brother Scan N Cut.

Watch this video and get creating your own unique pop outs in no time … I promise! Continue Reading…

Another Scan N Cut Saturday video tutorials has arrived and it’s pretty cool if I do say so myself.

In this video tutorial, I will show you how to create a Turkish map fold pop-out insert for a greetings card. It really adds some POP! to your creations.

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Finally able to release another Scan N Cut Saturday post featuring a video tutorial.

In this video tutorial, I will show you through how to design a simple pop up insert for a greetings card using the desktop version of Canvas Workspace.

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The first of the Scan N Cut Saturday video tutorials of 2018 is here, and it’s pretty cool if I do say so myself.

In this video tutorial, I will show you through how to design a complete card using Scan N Cut Canvas and then what to do to draw and cut it on the Brother Scan N Cut.

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