No tutorial this week, just an honest and open review. Read on and hopefully you will be impressed.Read More »
When working without a colour fill on your objects it can be mystifying when you try and weld text inside a frame or aperture and it simply disappears. Here is why and how to correctly weld a word or phrase inside another shape.Read More »
The final dive into the archive brings you THE most watched Scan N Cut tutorial that I have in the vault. It’s clever, it’s creative and it’s super easy!Read More »
Shaped word cards, A LOT easier than you think. See how with this week’s deep dive into the video vault.Read More »
Create doors, flaps and other creative openings with this clever technique!Read More »
Welded word frames can be tricky to create unless you know how.
Thank goodness for this video from the archive collection.Read More »
Ever wondered how to weld things into frames in Canvas Workspace? You are in luck with this weeks tutorial video.Read More »
Getting clever and creative with this weeks blast from the past.Read More »
Ever wondered what that process overlap thing is? This video from the archives will explain all.Read More »
Another great video tutorial for your Scan N Cut owners this week.
Personalise your papercraft projects with pizazz!Read More »
Delving into the video archive again for this weeks Scan N Cut Saturday.
This one is a great tutorial, one of my personal favourites in fact.Read More »
Having been posting videos featuring the Brother Scan N Cut, and its design software, on YouTube for quite a few years now and there is quite a selection in the archive.
I thought that it would be a nice thing to share some of the older content that still gets a lot of interest in case you have recently found me, or have forgotten the old stuff, and would like to have a look for yourself.Read More »
Today I am delighted to introduce the latest in the cutting file series from Digital Craft Emporium.
This pack offers 150 mix and match words from which you can cut and create countless different sentiments and phrases.
The style of the font is fluid and soft, much like warm chocolate – hence the name for the pack, “Chocolat” – delicious!Read More »
This post brings you the final part of this Brother Scan N Cut Project series and sees us assembling the project to it’s completion.
Hope you are enjoying this little series and are ready for Part 3.