Cutting out Vinyl using the Brother ScanNCut

BrotherScanNCut Vinyl Coffee Mug – Personalize your Gifts with Vinyl – DIY Tutorial

March 17, 2019

In this tutorial, you will learn how to personalize a coffee mug using your Brother ScanNCut. The model of Scan and Cut used is the CM350 or ScanNCut 2. First, I showed how to use the PC version of Brother Canvas Workspace to access a font on my computer called Milkshake. I placed text onto […]

Brother ScanNCut - Vinyl Bunny Jars

Brother ScanNCut Tutorial – Vinyl Bunny Jars – Easter Basket or Craft Fair Project

March 13, 2019

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Brother ScanNCut to create vinyl bunnies and grass and how to use them to decorate glass jars. You can apply these concepts to any home decor project you want to create using your Brother Scan and Cut. You will learn how to use images from […]

Brother ScanNCut Advanced Course

Brother ScanNCut Advanced – Udemy Course Launch

July 18, 2018

Ingredients: Brother ScanNCut CM350 ScanNCut Tools ScanNCut Mat Cardstock Patterned Paper Stamped Images Vinyl Iron-On Material Poster Board Enroll in the Brother ScanNCut Advanced Course for $9.99 Today Recipe: In this course, you will: Delve deep into the Brother ScanNCut Settings Cut Cardstock, Acetate, Vinyl, Iron-On Material and Poster Board Create Projects from Brother Canvas […]

Bubbles & Fizz Pinwheels

Bubbles & Fizz Pinwheels

February 17, 2018

Ingredients: Bubbles & Fizz designer series paper by Stampin’ Up We R Memory Keepers Punch Board We R Memory Keepers Pinwheel Attachments Paper Straws (Kiwi) – they come in the kit linked above Recipe: In this video, I demonstrate how to create pinwheels using the Bubbles & Fizz designer series paper by Stampin’ Up. Cut […]

Pinwheels created with Stampin' Up Designer Series Paper

Designer Series Paper Pinwheels

May 15, 2017

Ingredients: Stampin’ Up Designer Series Paper We R Memory Keepers Punch Board We R Memory Keepers Pinwheel Attachments Paper Straws Recipe: Cut two squares for each pinwheel. The pinwheels in this demonstration use 4”, 5” or 6” squares. You can use 3” to 12” squares for pinwheels but I don’t recommend the 3” ones because […]