Ever wondered what that process overlap thing is? This video from the archives will explain all.Read More »
Tag: FCM Cutting Files
Scan N Cut Saturday – From The Archives 3
Another great video tutorial for your Scan N Cut owners this week.
Personalise your papercraft projects with pizazz!Read More »
Scan N Cut Saturday – From The Archives 2
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 »
Scan N Cut Saturday – From The Archives 1
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 »
Scan It Saturday 3 – Box Frame Card Front Project Part 4
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.
Scan It Saturday 3 – Box Frame Card Front Project Part 3
Hope you are enjoying this little series and are ready for Part 3.
Scan It Saturday 3 – Box Frame Card Front Project Part 2
Well, hello thar. Ready for Part 2 in this Brother Scan N Cut project series … ?
Scan It Saturday 3 – Box Frame Card Front Project Part 1
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!
Creating SVG Cutting Files In Serif Craft Artist For Use With The Brother Scan N Cut
Did you know that you can create SVG cutting files from the embellishments in your Daisy Trail digi kits from Serif Craft Artist?
Well, you can! This video post will give you a brief how-to, and also how to import it into Brother Scan N Cut Canvas however if you are a Silhouette or Cricut user then the first part will still relate to any cutting software that can accept SVG cutting files.
New Scan N Cut Type Converter
Hallo All. I have just seen that Brother have released a new tool for creating cutting files with words from any True Type font on your computer.
It works slightly differently to the rest of the software that is out there so I thought that I would give you an overview of what it is and what you can do with it.
Ten New Mandala Cutting Files Out Now – Includes DXF, FCM and SVG File Formats
Been designing a lot over the last few days so you have TEN new cutting files to choose from and also a saver deal to give you the best value for money!Read More »
New Didi Doily Designs Cutting File Collection Out Now
Hello all. Managed to get some designing done late into the night this week so I am therefore pleased to be able to share them with you today.
After releasing the popular Doily Design cutting files recently I was asked to see if I could come up with some for smaller designs for the card makers out there.
Your wish is my command …Read More »
New Cutting File Set At Digital Craft Emporium
Well my lovelies, being on the road doesn’t stop me designing (a boys still got to earn a living you know) so I’m very pleased to let you know about a new cutting file set that I recently uploaded.Read More »
Circular Box Frame Easel Card (Could I have Fitted Any Other Type Of Card Effect In There?!)
Hello to you once more, *doffs cap*.
Well, who would have thought that I would have managed to get two blog posts out per day for three days in a row?! Well, I have, *puffs out chest and looks proud*.
For this one I went back to designing box frame card fronts, but this time I thought that I would add a twist and a bonus.Read More »
Fancy Flourish Header Card
Morning all. I’ve been having a little play in between designing 3D bits and bobs to create a nice versatile card blank for the Digital Craft Emporium.Read More »
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