Brother ScanNCut - Cutting Stamped Images - Way to Goat

Brother ScanNCut Tutorial – Cutting Stamped Images – Way to Goat by Stampin’ Up!

By PaperedChef, June 20, 2020

In this Brother Scan and Cut Tips and Tricks tutorial, you will learn how to cut stamped images using your Scan and Cut SDX125. You can follow along with whichever model of ScanNCut you have. The stamp set used for this tutorial is Way to Goat by Stampin’ Up! I shared tips and tricks on how to cut out the goats using Direct Cut. I stamped the goats using Memento Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock. I also shared how to create a stencil you can use to sponge color the goats. Then, I shared how to create layers for the goats by increasing the outline distance. I shared troubleshooting techniques and tips for getting better results. I also shared several cards and a mini pizza box project I decorated using these stamps and several coordinating products. A full list of supplies is listed below. 

Settings for Cutting goats from the Way to Goat stamp set
Memento Black Ink
Whisper White Cardstock
Direct Cut
Black & White Recognition Mode
Outline Distance = 0.04″
Blade Depth = 4 (CM350)
Outline Distance for Additional Layers = 0.08″ and 0.12″

SDX125 Settings used for cutting Mylar Stencils (Way to Goat)
Blade Depth = Autoblade
Cut Speed = 2
Cut Pressure = 7
Mylar Stencil Sheets
Brother ScanNCut SDX125E

ScanNCut2 CM350 Settings used for cutting Mylar Stencils
Deep Cut Blade Depth = 4
Cut Speed = 2
Cut Pressure = 3
Brother ScanNCut Deep Cut Blade
Brother ScanNCut Deep Cut Blade Holder
Mylar Stencil Sheets

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2 Comments

  1. Debbie Stanton says:

    A whole lot of awesomeness! Catching up this great Saturday morning! Might even try to be in my craftroom for a bit! Learned a ton again from you! Thank you!

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Thanks Debbie, I am just catching up with comments. These goats ALWAYS make me smile. Thanks for watching up with my tutorials.

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