Stampin’ Up Coffee Break Designer Series Paper
Other ingredients will be listed in blog posts related to each project I create with these.
In this video, I demonstrate how to cut out little cups and pots from the paper. I start by turning on the Brother Scan N Cut. Then, I adhere the paper to the mat with the spatula. I demonstrate how to load the paper, scan the images, select an area to cut, and cut out the images in that area. I briefly go over ignoring small objects so that the tiny parts are not cut. Some little bits of steam were not ignored. I also go over how to trash some incomplete images, preserving as much of the designer series paper as you can. In this instance, I didn’t want to cut all the paper because there are very nice coffee beans on the other side of it. I usually cut out the entire page. Even though you can’t always see my machine’s screen clearly, I verbally walk you through the steps so you should be able to follow along with your machine.
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