Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks - Cutting Patterned Paper - Dinoroar by Stampin’ Up!

Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks – Cutting Patterned Paper – Dinoroar by Stampin’ Up!

By PaperedChef, June 26, 2019

In this video tutorial, you will learn how to cute out patterned paper using the Brother Scan and Cut. The projects I created used embellishments from the Dinoroar designer series paper by Stampin’ Up! which is in our 2019 – 2020 Annual Catalog. First, scanned the dinosaur dsp and selected just a part of the paper. Then, I added an outline distance of 0.04″ around the dinosaurs. I shared how to edit out the parts you don’t want to cut out. You select them and trash them. After cutting out the dinosaurs, I shared several projects I created with the little embellishments. The projects were two note cards, two dinosaur bookmarks, two tiny note cards from the “A Little Smile” Paper Pumpkin kit and a decorated mini pizza box.

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Dinoroar and Dino Days Bookmarks by Stampin' Up!
Dinoroar and Dino Days Mini Pizza Box by Stampin' Up!

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2 Comments

  1. Dolores Bennett says:

    Greetings…I’ve asked you twice about what I am wondering about and maybe the mail was lost in space.

    So, what if I wanted a green border around a piece or in this case a different color than white? How would I do that?

    thanks…Dolores

  2. Papered Chef says:

    Hi Dolores,

    I remember answering your question a couple of times. I guess you are not notified or maybe the blog notifications went into cyber space.

    Here is a video where I showed how to cut a larger border around stamped images. See if this answers your question.
    https://youtu.be/zBV5CG7zxHM

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