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

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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  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. 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.

  3. I use the scan n cut and watch your videos. Is there a specific class on Canvas Workshop. I would like to use it more. I have heard you mention that you do detailed classes on this for an enrollment fee. I would like to take an extensive series of class on canvas workshop .
    Mary Alice rountree

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