Hello Crafty Friends, I wanted to share projects I created using the new Trick or Tweet stamp set which is featured in the 2018 Holiday Catalog by Stampin’ Up. There is a video showing some more details and a tutorial on how to cut out the stamped images too. Even if you don’t have a ScanNCut, this stamp set is ADORABLE and will be great for stamping tags for the front of treat bags this Halloween. If you would like to request a 2018 Holiday Catalog, please fill out the Contact Form on my Stampin’ Up site. Electronic versions of our catalogs are on my store too. http://paperedchef.stampinup.net September Host Code is AKM64X6Z
In this video, I show you 12 Halloween projects you can create using products from our 2018 Holiday Catalog. The projects feature the Toil & Trouble suite and the Trick or Tweet stamp set by Stampin’ Up! I used the Cauldron Bubble stamp set, the Cauldron Framelits, the Toil & Trouble designer series paper, Black foil paper, the Spooky Bat punch, Glitter Organdy Ribbon and much, much more.
In this video tutorial, you will learn how to cut out stamped images using the Brother ScanNCut. You will also get a sneak peek at a product from the 2018 Holiday Catalog by Stampin’ Up. It is the Trick or Tweet stamp set. It includes several sentiments and whimsical animals dressed up for Halloween. For this tutorial, we are using the CM350 or Brother ScanNCut 2. I stamped the images using Memento Black ink onto Whisper White card stock. Then, we scanned them in using Direct Cut. We added an outline distance of 0.04″ and used a blade depth of 5. I usually use a blade depth of 4 for Whisper White but my blade is getting a little dull and it needed to be raised to a 5 in order to cut. It is a good idea to complete a test cut to see what depth you need for your machine. I showed examples of how I colored the images using the Stampin Blends. One fun project features a mini pizza box by Stampin’ Up with an elephant on a mini wobble spring. Inside of the box are Hershey nuggets and a witch on a wobble spring.
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