Brother ScanNCut - Paper Pumpkin - Lovely Day

Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks – Cutting & Layering Stamped Images – Lovely Day Paper Pumpkin Kit

By PaperedChef, February 19, 2020

In this tutorial, you will learn how to cut and layer stamped images using your Brother ScanNCut SDX125. The concepts can be applied to any model of Brother Scan and Cut that you have. Stamp the sentiments from the February 2020 Paper Pumpkin Kit – Lovely Day. Stamp the flowers using Memento Black and stamp the “lovely” sentiment using Pretty Peacock onto Whisper White card stock. Leave enough space between your stamped images so that you can cut out the layers. Use Direct Cut for cutting out the stamped images and layers. After cutting out the stamped images, remove them and place Petal Pink card stock onto the mat to cut out the layer with a larger outline distance. After cutting the card stock, cut the Rose Gold foil layer using a larger outline distance. Use the sentiments to embellish cards and other paper crafts. Samples of alternative Paper Pumpkin samples were shared. Stampin’ Blends were used to color the flowers. Settings, dimensions and materials are listed below. 

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Brother ScanNCut Settings
Stamped Image Layer: Outline Distance = 0.04″
Petal Pink Card Stock Layer: Outline Distance = 0.08″
Rose Gold Foil Layer: Outline Distance = 0.12″
Blade Depths if using a CM350
Whisper White: Blade depth = 4
Petal Pink Card Stock: Blade depth = 5
Rose Gold Foil Card Stock: Blade depth = 6

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  1. Debbie Wicklund says:

    I’m hoping to one day get a Scan & Cut. Your instructions are very understandable. Thanks

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