Brother Scan N' Cut - Myths & Magic Nugget Treats

Brother Scan N’ Cut – Myths & Magic Nugget Treats

By PaperedChef, December 29, 2017

Brother Scan N' Cut - Myths & Magic Nugget Treats
Ingredients:

Myths & Magic designer series paper by Stampin’ Up
Magical Day stamp set by Stampin’ Up
Magical Mates Framelits Dies by Stampin’ Up
Old Olive card stock
Lemon Lime Twist card stock
Dapper Denim card stock
Basic Black Archival Ink
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Cutting Mat
Spatula and Stylus tools
Painter’s Tape
Dimensionals or other Foam Adhesives
Rolling Adhesive
Hampton Art AWS012 Action Wobble Spring, 12-Pack
Hershey Nuggets
2″ Cellophane Bags

Recipe:

In this video tutorial, I walk you through the steps to cutting out Hershey Nugget wrappers using the Brother Scan N’ Cut. In the first part of the video, I walk you through the steps for cutting out the Myths & Magic designer series paper by Stampin’ Up. First, I select a built-in shape and resize it. Then, I show you how to place 27 Nugget wrappers onto the dsp. Using a blade depth of 4, I cut out a sheet of Nugget wrappers. In the second part of the video, I show you how to save the cutting file to your Brother Scan N’ Cut and how to retrieve it again. Then, I go on to cut another page of dsp. In the last part of the video, I show you two finished Hershey Nugget treats which feature the “You Are One of a Kind” sentiment from the Magical Day stamp set cut out with a framelit from the Magical Mates set. It also has a dragon on a wobble spring. The ingredients and recipe for this project can be found at http://thepaperedchef.com

Hershey Nugget Treats

To create a tray to hold the 5 nuggets, cut the cardstock 5” by 2.25” and then score at 3/8″ on each side. To wrap each nugget, cut each piece of the Myths & Magic designer series paper 3.25” by 1”. Use rolling adhesive for adhering the paper. Don’t use liquid glue as it could seep into the candy which is only lightly foiled. Place 5 nuggets horizontally into each tray, alternating patterns. Use one line of rolling adhesive to help hold the Nuggets in place. The video included in this post describes how to use the Brother Scan N’ Cut for cutting out the nugget wrappers.

Stamp the sentiment from the Magical Day stamp set onto Whisper White card stock using Basic Black archival ink. Use the Magical Mates framelits to cut out each of the sentiments. Adhere the sentiment to the topper using foam adhesives.

Cut each topper using a coordinating color of cardstock. The topper is 5” by 2” and scored at 2.5”.  Embellish the topper with a dragon on a wobble spring (Hampton Art AWS012 Action Wobble Spring, 12-Pack) and the sentiment. Note: If you are selling these at craft fairs, be sure to inform customers that the Nuggets contain nuts.

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2″ X 8″ Cellophane Bags
Item Number: 141703

Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad

Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad
Item Number: 140931

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love your videos and little projects! I just got a ScanNcut for Christmas and now need to get busy!

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Thanks, you will love your Scan N’ Cut. Here are many projects I made with the help of my Brother Scan N’ Cut. http://thepaperedchef.com/category/brother-scan-n-cut

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