Brother ScanNCut - Background Scan - Pressed Petals

Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks – Background Scanning – Pressed Petals – Stampin’ Up!

By PaperedChef, September 21, 2019

In this ScanNCut Tips & Tricks video, you will learn how to use the Background Scan or Background Scanning feature of your SDX125. The other models of Scan and Cut have this feature as well. The paper we are using is Pressed Petals speciality designer series paper by Stampin’ Up! It is part of our 2019 Annual Catalog. First, you select Pattern to add shapes. Then, you resize the shapes. For this example, we created 2 rectangles which are 5.25″ by 4″ and added them to the mat area. Then, to position them, we used the Background Scanning feature to scan in the piece of Pressed Petals dsp. Then, we positioned the rectangles over the paper so that they would cut out in the correct locations. We adjusted the Pressure to -1 because this paper is lightweight.

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One Comment

  1. Judy Wilson says:

    Very good tutorial. I think you mentioned in this video that there is a way to reduce the outward offset cutting line to less than .04 inches. Which of your videos did you demonstrate that?

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