Brother ScanNCut - St. Patrick's Day

Brother ScanNCut St. Patrick’s Day Special – Cutting out 4-Leaf Clovers

By PaperedChef, March 1, 2019

Thanks to all of my YouTube subscribers! Yesterday, my channel reached over 7000 subs. I am grateful and humbled. Thank you all for watching. Feeling a bit lucky? Let’s tackle some St. Patrick’s Day crafts with the help of our Brother ScanNCut and Stampin’ Up! products. A full list of materials to come.

Correction: I used Call Me Clover, not Garden Green as I referred to it in this video.

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4 Comments

  1. Hello! I just discovered your tutorials for the Brother Scan-n-Cut on You Tube. They are fantastic! Thanks so much!!! I have a general question about the Scan-n-Cut, not related to this post – that i hope you can help me with since you are so experienced with it. I have not had mine very long and am still learning so much – especially from you! I couldn’t find a way to reach you directly. Anyway . . . to my question . . . i am scanning the big flower image from the All That You Are Stampin’ Up! set. When it scans and the image displays to cut, the entire image is not black – like it did not recognize the entire image. I want to cut just around the image – not all the small details. I stamped in black hoping it would recognize it, but it didn’t scan all of it. Any suggestions, please? Thanks you.

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Hi Deana, thanks for your comment. Glad you discovered my channel. You can also contact me privately though my FaceBook page linked above but it is fine that you asked a question here because others can benefit as well. I had to look up the image of that stamp set. It is totally disconnected so it will not be recognized. Here is my pencil trick. Check out this video where I explain how to do this. Another one of my viewers traces in cellophane and scans. Both tricks should work. You need to close those gaps. https://youtu.be/JdfedEACzU0

  3. Rhonda Hunter says:

    Great projects. How do you get free designs on your scan n cut from Brother?

  4. PaperedChef says:

    Hi Rhonda,
    You get them all from Brother Canvas Workspace. Here is a video to get you started. I also cover a lot of this in my Advanced course (linked above) which I think you are signed up for. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=qwDYFLT1LZU

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