Well, hello thar. Ready for Part 2 in this Brother Scan N Cut project series … ?
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Watcha. For the my fellow scanners out there I have put together a cool project that will help you learn a lot of skills all in one project.
I have therefore split it down into several posts that can be completed step by step.
If you really want to grow in your skill set with the Scan N Cut, this is the one for you!
Watcha. For the my fellow scanners out there I have put together a short video on the versatile and creative path tools that can be found in Scan N Cut Canvas.
It’s worth a watch as you can create some pretty cool things once you have mastered these tools.
Exciting times this week with the return of Scan It Saturday! A weekly tips and techniques series of blog posts based around the Brother Scan N Cut electronic cutting machine and Brother Scan N Cut Canvas, the online design suite to compliment the machine.
For this return post I decided to share a quick video on how to create a doily design in Scan N Cut Canvas using just one basic shape!
Well, it’s been a while since I did a Scan It Saturday post so thought I’d better crack on and get a few done – this being the first in a new mini series.
Given the questions that I had about the updates for the Scan N Cut Canvas software yesterday I thought that it might be helpful if I explained a bit more about image tracing.
I have therefore prepared a video doing just that.
Howdy my scanny chums. As there has been a couple of minor updates and changes to Scan N Cut Canvas recently I thought that I would pop a quick video up explaining them.
Ever wondered what the free projects in Brother Scan N Cut Canvas are and how to access them – ponder no longer!
With just under six weeks to go, things are starting to head towards a climax for the All Counties Craft Challenge – you’d think that that would mean a slow wind down with a final few workshops wouldn’t you?
Well, no. Still going bigger and better as each week passes.
Fancy a catch up on this week’s activities?
Well it seems like you liked the last quick tip so I’ve got another one for you.
This time it relates to the blade holder.
During recent Scan N Cut workshops I have come across several users becoming quite frustrated with the results they are getting.
Whilst ‘diagnosing’ these issues a common trend has been occurring so I thought it’d be good to show you so that you can perform this very simple check if you are struggling to get clean cuts too.